Our Lady of the Good Event

A Conceptionist sister named Mariana de Jesús Torres claimed to have received Marian apparitions under this title from 2 February 1594 to 2 February 1634.[4][note 1] In 1611, the local bishop gave his approval to the apparitions that had occurred up to that point.[5]
The apparition messages predict a “spiritual catastrophe” in the Catholic Church and in society, beginning “shortly after the middle of the twentieth century” and including:[6]
[li]Widespread moral corruption[/li][li]Profanation of the Sacrament of Matrimony[/li][li]Depraved priests who will scandalize the faithful and cause suffering for good priests[/li][li]Unbridled lust which will ensnare many souls[/li][li]Loss of innocence among children and loss of modesty among women[/li][li]Lack of priestly and religious vocations[/li][/ul]
The messages prophesy that the current period of catastrophe will be followed by a period of restoration.
On 8 December 1634, the apparition predicted that papal infallibility “will be declared a dogma of the Faith by the same Pope chosen to proclaim the dogma of the Mystery of My Immaculate Conception.”[7] In 1854, Pope Pius IX defined the dogma of the Immaculate Conception, and in 1870, he declared the dogma of papal infallibility as defined by the First Vatican Council.[note 2]
Torres died on 16 January 1635,[4] shortly after the last alleged apparition. When her tomb was reopened in 1906, her body was found to be incorrupt.[5] The Archdiocese of Quito opened her cause for canonization in 1986[10] and finished the diocesan stage of the process in 1997.[4]