The Venerable Conchita (Concepción Cabrera de Armida) — Part 1

Among the ranks of little-known but gigantic saintly figures is Conchita, a laywoman and mystic who lived during the troubled years of the Mexican persecutions of the twentieth century. Hers was a sublime participation in Mary’s spiritual maternity, especially in...

“Marian Slavery” in the Early Centuries

Marian consecration, when referred to as “slavery,” is one of desire to please, one of the will—not imposed under duress to be shackled in chains for a master’s ruthless intentions. On the contrary, it is a patronage of ardent love, binding heart to Heart. This...

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