"At three o'clock, implore My mercy, especially for sinners; and, if only for a brief moment, immerse yourself in My Passion, particularly in My abandonment at the moment of agony. This is the hour of great mercy...In this hour I will refuse nothing to the soul that makes a request of Me in virtue of My Passion." (Jesus to St. Faustina, noted in her diary at 1320)
Donna sings timeless Catholic prayers, like this one, to help you get them "stuck in your head" and always on your lips, so we can all "pray without ceasing" in song as well as offering.
The miraculous image of the Divine Mercy as shown on the cover of the CD, used by the kind permission of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy, is a photograph of the painting as it hangs in the Shrine of the Divine Mercy in Cracow, Poland, where Saint Faustina Kowalska received her revelations and where her mortal remains rest as well. The texts of the recorded songs are based on the extracts of the "Diary" of St. Faustina.
The mission of Saint Faustina consists in three tasks:
- reminding the world of the truth of our faith revealed in Holy Scripture about the merciful love of God towards every human being, even the greatest sinner;
- entreating God's mercy for the whole world through the practice of new forms of devotion to the Divine Mercy; (1) Veneration of the image of the Divine Mercy with the inscription "Jesus, I trust in You' (2) Celebration of the feast of the Divine Mercy on the first Sunday after Easter (3) Recitation of the chaplet to the Divine Mercy (4) Prayer at the hour of mercy (3:00 pm) and (5) Speading the devotion to the Divine Mercy.
- initiating the apostolic movement of the Divine Mercy which undertakes the task of proclaiming and entreating God's mercy for the world and strives for perfection in the spirit of trust in God, expressed in the fulfillment of His will, and the attitude of mercy towards one's neighbor.