In Quintanar, his hometown was the Hospitalillo, center for passers-by and the sick without a home.
As soon as she was a teenager, she escaped when she could to help those who needed her the most. He brought them the food he got in the pantry of his house in secret or in his father's shop. Other times he managed to get his aunt to cook something.
ABOUT YOUR LIFE
Francisca González Justo (Mª Teresa is the name she takes as a religious), was born in Quintanar de la Orden (Toledo) on February 11, 1921.
Paquita, they call her in her house and friends, she is a simple young woman, full of illusions, pious, who lives the religious spirit of her time and her family. That she shares her time helping the family, although they did not need it, since they had a maid. And taking care of the poor children of the Toledillo neighborhood. He took them home sometimes, washed them, fed them and taught them the catechism.
GAVE YOUR FOOD TO THE PATIENTS OF THE SANITATION
"All the time he was in the sanatorium, it can be said that his food was a sandwich of bread with tomato, and sometimes, in the time of the oranges, the sandwich was made with oranges. The rest, everything was kept to give to the poor and the sick.
I ate with the drawer of the table open or half open to be able to keep the food discreetly, especially the meat, to be able to give it to the sick or the poor, because she always found needs to attend "
With the testimony of his own life MTGJ is telling today's young people:
Be true to yourself, do not let yourself be manipulated
Have clear criteria and strong convictions
Draw your ideal and spare no effort to get it
Do not think about yourself, you are part of an immense body that needs you.
Everything is possible for those who have faith and trust in the power of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.