I’m already praying to this deceased lady. She, like St. Gianna Molla, gave her life for the life of her son. You can almost see her saying, “If one of us has to go, I’ll go.”
She died about a year after the birth of her son, Francisco. Perhaps she could have been able to beat the cancer if she had taken treatment sooner, but she knew it would not allow Francisco a chance. The treatments after Francisco’s birth didn’t work.