The link above gives history and includes the thoughts of Pope John Paul II as well as St. Faustina's description of the miraculous connection between her visions of the The Divine Mercy and her vision of Our Lady of Ostra Brama.
Come, blessed of my Father. These crowns belong to you.
Faith, Hope, Love, Chastity, Sweetness, Humility,
Come, ye blessed of my Father,
inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the beginning.
"On this day the Carmelite Family celebrates the memory of all its holy men and women, those known and those unknown, those living on Earth and those living in Heaven, who reflect the glory of God." from All Carmelite Saints Feast Day
Text beneath engraving: "Mon coeur n'aspire qu'à voir Dieu dans sa gloire" "My heart aspires to nothing except to see God in His glory."
After seeing The Cross between the antlers of a deer he was about to kill and at the same moment hearing the voice of Jesus begging him to repent, St. Hubert returned to the faith, gave up hunting and became a priest.
In the Light of His love, may the Lord who changed the heart this holy man, bring forth tenderness for all His creatures.
YOU ARE ALL CALLED TO HAPPINESS!
Poor sinner, why flee the truepath?
Even so, the Good Shepherd himself wants to guide you.
As we begin the month of prayer for the holy souls, we ask the intercession of all the saints and of our Blessed Mother. In 1610 Ven. Dominic of Jesus and Mary, Prepositor General of the Order of Discalced Carmelites, was lead to this miraculous image, Mater Gratiae, and given this promise:"'All those who implore my protection, devoutly honoring this picture, will obtain their petitions, and will receive many graces. Moreover, I shall hearken in a special manner to the prayers that shall be addressed to me for the relief of the souls in purgatory'"~Joan Carroll Cruz Miraculous Images of Our Lady. Rockford: TAN, 1993.