Blessed Dina Bélanger was born in Quebec into a prominent Canadian family. She had a normal childhood where she excelled in music. She studied in New York City, planning to be a concert pianist when she decided to enter the Congregation of Jesus-Maria religious order taking the name Marie de Sainte-Cécile de Rome and as a nun taught music. Her life plan was one of daily Mass, Holy Communion, prayer, especially the rosary and meditation, which was deeply developed. She was a mystic who received revelations from Our Lord and the invisible stigmata. During WWI, she offered herself in reparation for those who suffered. Dina died of tuberculous and is called “The Little Flower of Canada”.