Our Lady of LaSalette (1846)
In 1846, two young cow herders near LaSalette in France reportedly saw the Blessed Mother weeping and her face was buried in her hands. She was wearing a pearl-studded white robe and a gold apron. She first spoke to the children in French, then in their local language telling them to respect the seventh day and the name of God, sorrowfully threatening punishment. She reportedly gave each of the children a secret and told them to spread her message. She is named Our Lady of LaSalette.