JUNE 28, 1813. Her beginnings of life were in times of serious political conflicts, war, insecurity, losses, uncertainty. The context in which she was born and her life experience are examples of a game gained to life, which becomes a grateful memory and a sign of hope that God always “accompanies and cares for his children with tender mothership”.
We see in her a testimony of a life trusted in God and an intercessor to whom to plead the divine favor so that, sustained by this grace, we may face the challenges of our history and offer our brothers and sisters a welcoming “place” where to search comfort and protection. Let us tire not of proposing, and more so, in this time of so much pain, Marie Antonia Paris, as mediation between God and so many people who suffer, not only the pandemic, but so many situations that come from it and other circumstances. Let us encourage ourselves to be bridges of consolation and prophets of hope with Mother the Founder.