Jennifer Martínez (Ecuador): Jazmina loved Jesus a lot, and she made me love Him too
Laura Mero Arteaga, Ecuador: She just looked at me and smiled, but that gaze had a big impact on me, because it was so filled with affection and expressed such a great love. It was as if she had known me for years. It was a motherly gaze.
Erika Alejandra Tuárez Cedeno (Playa Prieta, Ecuador): She came to me and said: “Look at this, it’s beautiful!” And she showed me the hymn for vespers that evening: On this evening, Christ of Calvary...
What scares us young people most is what God could ask of us.
Guadalupe Cedeno, Ecuador: She always said that the one who safeguarded her vocation was the Virgin Mary.
Carolina Aveiga, Chone, Ecuador: Laughing, she remembered that she had offered them to the Lord for that soul.
Guadalupe Cedeño, Ecuador: She used to say, “To me, when you’re not doing well, when you are upset, it’s because you’re not giving God something.
Naomi Cabrera, Ecuador: She said that she belonged to the Lord, and He could ask anything of her.
Naomi Cabrera, Ecuador: Her generosity in carrying out each activity is what I remember most about Jazmina.
Chelita Velasquez, Ecuador: Her vocation helped me to see how I truly was and to realize that I wasn’t doing things correctly. Thanks to her I realized that I was denying the Lord many things. He wanted me to be free of my attachments.
Jazmina and Mayra helped me to enter the Home of the Mother.
Sr. Kelly Maria Pezo, USA: The graces she received that Holy Week were fundamental. They were the last push towards the fulfillment of God’s will in her.
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