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There she began the organization "Works of the Doctrines", later named "Center for the Workers".In 1892, at the suggestion of the Bishop of Madrid, D.At the age of 8, Dolores had an eye operation and this disability remained with her the rest of her life.At the conclusion of the schism, she began working in the poor neighborhoods and founded the "Centers of Instruction".In 1873, her father was named state attorney of Santiago de Cuba.
In 1883 her father died, and once again she began to struggle with her vocation.
Dolores Rodríguez Sopeńa was born in Velez Rubio, Almería, Spain, on December 30, 1848, the fourth of seven siblings.
Her parents, Tomas Rodríguez Sopeńa and Nicolasa Ortega Salomon, had moved from Madrid to Velez Rubio due to employment.
Don Tomas had received his law degree at a young age, and because of this, could not work as a lawyer.
He was able to find employment as an administrator of the Marqueses de Velez farms.There she taught catechism, general instruction, and provided medical assistance to those in need.