Results 1 – 12 of 25 by Concepcion Cabrera de Armida (Conchita) and Ronald Leonardo . by Concepción (Conchita) Cabrera de Armida and Juan Gutiérrez. The Venerable Concepción Cabrera de Armida (born on December 8, in San Luis Potosí, Mexico and died on March 3, in Mexico City) was a. When Conchita was still a child, she often prayed in front of the Blessed At the tender age of 13, Concepción Cabrera de Armida was.
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The Lord revealed to her an order of contemplative nuns dedicated to this armda and a congregation of men that would share this message of the cross for the salvation of souls, to the whole world. He told her it was to fulfill conchjta promise and was a means for her to atone for her sins.
Never once did Conchita consider becoming a religious, despite the best efforts of her uncle, a priest. Blessed be God for everything! Is there anything else?
Email required Address never made public. She also sensed He was now setting her on a new path. He accepted and even encouraged this throughout their married life. Like Liked by 1 person. The couple actually wanted to marry right conchifa, but her parents thought 13 was too zrmida although at the time, girls this young did become brides.
March 5, at 1: So they got engaged and waited. Yes, Sister, Conchita was an amazing example of a saint because she so clearly showed us an example of Christ.
Dislike conchitta though she did, one good thing came out of them. Eucharistic Meditations on the Gospelwas the results of meditations during Eucharistic adoration. On September 11, her husband took ill with typhus. Next she attended Mass, came home and prepared breakfast for the family, completed her household chores, then did embroidery for the poor and ds for family and friends, did some spiritual reading, visited the Blessed Sacrament, prayed the Rosary with the staff, made an examination of conscience, visited the sick and orphaned, homeschooled her children, and cared for her husband.
I carry within me three lives, all very strong: 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. March 15, at 2: Everything else did not matter cabreera me.
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WORD of the Vine. Their next child was also a boy whom they named Carlos. I felt very happy when finding this article because as a young adult I learned for the cabrer and only time about Conchita. Her writings were widely distributed and inspired the establishment of the five apostolates of the “Works of the Cross” in Mexico:. Views Read Edit View history. Cabrfra her toast to him at their reception, she jokingly told him to not be jealous because every day she wanted to meet another man.
But sometime later, during a novena, she felt called to give away even that. Part of a series on. During this period, they exchanged love letters, spiritual letters, spiritual poems, and kept chaste.
And she would need it considering the sacrifices Our Lord would eventually require. She learned to let the mysteries of the Cross overwhelm and form her life personally so she could intercede for others and particularly for the Church and priests in her era in Mexico when the Church was in crisis.
She heard Our Lord asking her. Some are puzzled she chose marriage over being a nun. She devoted most of her time to people. The year saw great tragedy for her.
Both these women I had never heard of but are much needed encouragement for me at this time. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Then that Easter Sunday, she had a vision in church where she saw a shining cross of light. Aspects of meditation Orationis Formas Is it about spiritual things?
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Still, through her love and gentle persuasion, he was a completely changed man by the time he died, to the amazement of their family. In its center was the Heart of Jesus pierced by a lance and the Holy Spirit descending on it.
She communicated her vision for the apostolate to her spiritual director and then to her friend, the local bishop. He said he was suffering because I did not want him. You will experience and offer up their infidelity and wretchedness. The letters provide a glimpse of her warm, human side as she communicates with her family. She gave away all of his clothes except for one outfit.
This was the birth of her major work, the Apostolate of the Cross. Finally at age 21, she and Francisco married. Church authorities looked favorably on her writings. But on Holy Thursday, she got up, went out and found a poor, aged woman, brought her to her home, fed her, and washed her feet.
As she prayed these words, she felt as though a knife had pierced her heart.