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As a mystic, she reported that she heard God telling her: Blessed be God for everything!
Retrieved from ” https: In Seasons of the Soul she viewed the maturation of spiritual life as an ongoing process through the various seasons until the soul has fulfilled its purpose on earth. I carry within me three lives, all very strong: That’s your mission on earth”. To love the Church is to cooperate with the work of Redemption by the Cross and in this way obtain the grace of the Holy Spirit come to renew the face of this poor earth, conducting it to its consummation in the design of the Father’s immense love.
Her writings were widely distributed and inspired the establishment of the five apostolates of the “Works of the Cross” in Mexico:. Sheen Mary Therese Vicente. It aims to clarify the words with which Jesus defines Who He is in a variety of statements beginning with the words: Of herself she wrote:.
Solar monstrance of the Eucharist. Although she recalled to have often disobeyed her parents as a child, she showed a special love for the Holy Eucharist from an early age.
The book A Mother’s Letters reflects the fact that she was not a cloistered mystic but a busy mother with nine children and a widow during a turbulent time in Mexico’s political history. It discusses how the Holy Spirit is at work gradually transforming the soul xe its seasons in the image and likeness of Jesus.
During her life her writings were examined by the Catholic Church in Mexico and even during her pilgrimage to Rome in where she had an audience with Pope Pius X. Pope John Paul II declared her venerable on December 20, and she is currently in the process of beatification. Views Read Edit View history. To love the Church is not to criticize her, not to destroy her, not to try to change her essential structures, not to reduce her to humanism, horizontalism and to the simple service of a human liberation.
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In she married Francisco Armida and had nine children between and Inwhen she was 39 years old, her husband died and she had to care for her children,  the youngest of whom was two years old. Her spiritual life started before the death of her husband. Aspects of meditation Orationis Formas The letters provide a glimpse of her warm, human side as she communicates with her family.
Her other books include: She had lived a multi-faceted life, being a mother, a widow, a mystic and a writer. Church authorities looked favorably on her writings.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. People by era or century. The length of her religious writings thus approaches that of Saint Thomas Aquinas. Eucharistic Meditations on the Gospelwas the results of meditations during Eucharistic adoration.
Yet her writings reflect an amazing tranquility, amid the chaos that surrounded her. In she took “spiritual nuptials” and in wrote in her diary: Her life as a widow was not made any easier by the fact that the Mexican Revolution raged from to and took the lives ofof Mexico’s population of 15 million.
Her canonization process was started in by armifa Archbishop of Mexico City, at which time about volumes of her writings were submitted to the Congregation for the Causes of Saints.
Her children report that they hardly ever saw her writing, but her religious writings and meditations total over 60, handwritten pages.