Having suffered sorely from being deprived of Holy Communion, the Servant of God predicted that after her death, we would never lack “our daily bread”, and this is true. In 13 years, there has not been a single day that we have gone without it on account of there being no priest to say Mass for us.
She also told Mother Marie de Gonzague that, from highest heaven, she would change her opinion with regards to taking Communion regularly, and it happened. Mother Marie de Gonzague’s attitude suddenly changed, and the chaplains became free to administer us Communion daily.
I heard the Servant of God, many times and in many ways, express her desire and determination to do good after her death and describe what she would do. She said she would call souls to God by teaching them the way of trust and absolute surrender.
She no doubt foresaw the fuss that would be made over her belongings, because, with charming simplicity, she gave me her nail clippings to keep.
Sr. Geneviève de Sainte-Thérèse, O.C.D.