The Mexican people rejoiced at the Basilica of Guadalupe, where Mother Maria Inés Teresa of the Most Blessed Sacrament was beatified. The fifth of eight children, she was born in 1904, discerned a call to religious life in 1924, and made her final profession in 1933 at the Ave Maria Monastery. Shortly thereafter, the entire convent had to move to California during the Cristero persecutions. Later she was called to found a new two new groups, the Clarissan Missionaries of the Most Holy Sacrament (1924) and the Missionaries of Christ for the Universal Church (1979).
From the Vatican website:
The Servant of God, Maria Inés Teresa Arias, was born on Ixtlan del Rio (Mexico). She entered religious life in 1929 and lived for a while in California and then in Mexico. In the community she was appointed counseler, secretary and novice mistress. In 1945, the convent she founded in Cuernavaca, Mexico, was approved by the Holy See. The Congregation became missionary by the Pontifical Decree of 1951. Different foundations followed: Cuernavaca, Puebla, Chiapas, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Japan, United States (Texas, California), Costa Rica, Sierra Leone, Indonesia, Italy (Rome), Spain (Pamplona, Madrid), Ireland (Dublin), Nigeria. She died in Rome on July 22, 1981, leaving behind a missionary family of sisters, priests and lay persons, spread through the five continents. She left us a testimony of generous dedication and service to the Church. Her missionary travels took her to visit the convents she founded. She kept in touch with each one of them by correspondence. This correspondence has provided us with an abundant missionary legacy of great spiritual richness as are: letters, advices and reflections, studies and meditations, spiritual exercises.
More information can be found here at their site. A hearty congratulations to her community at this joyful time!