150 years ago, when women were abandoned by history, Laura was born, a special and different woman that would make history. She did not cry when she was born but only two years later, as an augury of a difficult live, she would drop her first tears, as she learned that her father had been murdered. From that moment on, a wandering life would begin apart from her family. Since she was seven years old, Laura intuited that her life would not be similar to other women's life. Obeying her vocation she gave up the opportunity of being a wife and a mother, facing society's criticism which considered that any other option for a woman was madness. But she never cared about what others thought, come hell or high water she dedicated her life to service others. When she was 33 years old, she learned that some Indians had been abandoned by society and from that moment on it became her obsession to help them and make them understand that if humankind had forgotten them, God had not. It was a titanic industry in a period of time where women did not have a say, nor where they missionaries. On her path, she made miracles, cured the ill and drove several Presidents of the Republic crazy, asking them to defend the less fortunate. Besieged by one of the church's branch, which considered her to be haughty, disobedient and problematic, in the year 1930 she decided to go to Rome and approach the Pope seeking for recognition for her community, but she died without achieving it.