O my God, Trinity whom I adore

On the 21st of November 1904, a marian feast day where the community of Dijon renew their vows, Elisabeth writes her famous prayer as an offering of herself to the Trinity, “all loving God” whom she adores and whom dwells within each of us.
Today this prayer is translated into 50 languages. It nourishes the faith of all those who pray it every day and offer themselves to Love.

Prayer set to music by Lebanese artists