Her health, undermined by harsh trials, became more and more unstable and predisposed her to permanent invalidity, although this didn’t prevent her from engaging in forms of parish apostolate and in charitable works, until her growing love for God and for the souls pushed her to the heroic decision to offer herself as a victim of divine Love and Justice. A progressive paralysis of the lower limbs, the consequence of the blow to the kidneys received on the street in Florence, made her mobility increasing difficult. On January 4, 1933 she left home for the last time, also accepting the martyrdom of the seclusion. She became completely ill on Easter day of the year 1934.