On March 19, 2020, Conchita was asked if she could offer some words of advice in this difficult time that the world and the Church are going through. She answered:

“God is separating us from the values ​​of this world. In the silence of the Church or in our home, we can now do an examination of conscience so that we can purify whatever prevents us from hearing the Voice of God clearly. We can honestly ask God to tell us what He wants from us today and continue to do so every day. And spend as much time as possible with God in church or somewhere in your home or where you find silence. He is all we need."

Let us embrace these words and put them into practice. She talks a lot about silence. Silence is essential to be able to listen to God. As she says, "God is separating us from the values ​​of this world." We can see so many things and so much noise in our lives that prevent us from listening to God and to Our Blessed Mother. We ended up putting so many "values" above them when they should always be at the top. Silence is a gift, it is an opportunity to listen to God in the depths of our hearts without being drowned out by the many other voices that so often disturb us.
Conchita also talks about the examination of conscience. It is so important to do a good examination of conscience, asking the Holy Spirit for light to enlighten us.
Then she tells us that we can ask God to tell us what he wants from us today. This today is very important. What does God want from me now at this moment? We are not guaranteed even a minute of our life. We do not know when God will call us, so it is very important to live the present moment in His love. Once we know what He wants, it shouldn't take us long to give it or do it. She says to spend as much time as possible with God. Yes, we have to put God at the center of our hearts and our lives. Now when circumstances do not allow us to go out, we may not be able to go to church, to Mass, or to confession, but nobody can prevent us from retreating to the depths of our soul to speak with Him, sometimes to ask, other times to intercede, praise, bless, thank Him, adore Him.
Conchita ends by saying "He is all we need." This phrase reminds us of the same words of Jesus in the Gospel when he says to Martha, “Martha, Martha, you worry and worry about many things. But only one thing is necessary: ​​Mary has chosen the best part” (Luke 10:41). Yes, in the end He is the only thing necessary. He is also He who can do everything: “nothing is impossible for God" (Luke 1:37).