YouthThe Home of the Mother of the Youth is a group of Christian youth that has begun in the Church and is at her service. Their goal is to follow Jesus Christ and fulfill their three missions:the Defense of the Eucharist, the Defense of the Honor of Our Mother, especially in the privilege of her virginity and the conquest of the youth for Jesus Christ.

Jennifer García

 Ecuador 2015

jg2What’s your name? Where do you live? Jenny and I lived in Guayaquil, Ecuador.
How old are you?I’m sixteen years old.
What are you studying? High school sciences.
How would you define yourself?Happy and sincere with eagerness to please God more.
What is it that most attracts you about God?His merciful love.
Do you think about dying? Of course.
How would you like to die? I’d like to die being a saint.
How would you like to see yourself before
Holy and pleasing before the eyes of God.
What is life to you? Life is the training in order to get to heaven as saints.
What would be the hardest thing that God could ask of you? My family
What is your favorite prayer? The Hail Mary
What virtue would you consider to be the
most necessary?
What virtue stands out in you? Patience.
What defect would you like to get rid of as soon as possible?
My selfishness.
Do you think sanctity is for everyone? Yes
What is faith? To love, believe, trust, and abandon yourself in God.
Do you believe that faith is a refuge that solves your problems? More than a refuge, it is strength to remain close to God.
Do you think that the majority of people live or prentend to live? Live.
Is it necessary to think? Why? Yes it’s necessary in human nature, because it brings us to reflect on the good and bad that one does, or how one lives. Of course thinking alot doesn’t always bring us good results; you have to learn to think with God and the Virgen Mary.
Do you think the youth of today think a lot or little? A lot, but not always for good purposes.
What do you tend to think about? To improve my life for God; I think about what I have to let go of and what I have to obtain in order to get to heaven.
What is the most important lesson you’ve learned in your life?
Well the most important lesson was my childhood, since for me it was hard to not live with my parents. Through this, with desolations and consolations in my soul, I learned that my greatest support is God and our most holy Mother. Yes it’s hard, but the great thing about it is that you find yourself in a deeper encounter with God and the Virgen Mary. At the end of all this, I know it’s better not to ask why; because we’re not going to understand, and the only thing that should be done, which I’ve learned, is to love God above all things and abandon ourselves in Him.
What is one thing that has made you suffer the most?
Not living with my parents.
What is the best thing that has happened to you in your life?jg3
To come to know God more.


Church: home
Friends: conversion
Prayer: communication
Vocation: happiness
Mary: rose
Heaven: holiness
Cross: passion
Jesus Christ: love


I never: will stop saying how great God is.
If I I could change the world: I would make it full of God's love.
Every morning when I wake up: I consecrate my life to God and to the Virgin Mary.
I'm not in agreement with: hurting God constantly.
If people thought about God: they would make sense out of life.
My last thought: Preferisco il paradiso (I prefer paradise).
I will spend my youth: serving God.
At the end of the journey: I'll say this is the handmaid of the Lord.
My greatest desire: to be a saint. 
I'll search without: stopping holiness.
I would only give up: when I die.
The greatest betrayal would:
be to leave God.
Friends are: here in order to get to salvation together.

Sister Clare

Hermana Clare

Sr. Clare Continues Among “The Saints Next Door”

A year ago Sr. Clare was invited to partake in the exposition “Young Witness of the Faith, the Saints Next Door.”

Social Networks


Choose Language

Cookies make it easier for us to provide you with our services. With the usage of our services you permit us to use cookies.