Sister Angela Catherine loved Our Lady and she used to prepare for her feasts with novenas, the eve prayers and fast. She spoke with tenderness of the Patronage of the Virgin and on some occasions she revealed to the confessor that she had been gratified by some of her "visions" in which she was exhorted to practice the Christian virtues. The confessor was sure that those apparitions were not fictions, but warned her and told her not to rely on such events. He used to recommend her to feel unworthy of that.
Sister Angela Catherine's charity towards her neighbor was first of all spiritual, that is her "commitment" to pray for souls. First of all, they benefited from the sisters who usually gave spiritual advice. She was not afraid of humiliating herself to get into confidence with some "troubled" nun, so that this opened her heart. However, her help in the community was also in material duties. In particular, she worked for "personal and sensitive" needs concerning the ill ones. If someone told her that that was not her job, she used to answer with a smile.
From the day she entered the monastery Angela Catherine did not want anything for herself, everything delivered to the superior. She immediately gave the impression of desiring total detachment from the things of the world. One day she asked for the replacement of the cassock, but she was told to wait. She patched it carefully and did not ask for anything for three years. Her room also stood out in poverty. Humility made her always meek. She said that she did not aspire to authority to have the consolation of being able to obey, since "in obedience she found all her peace".