|Blessed Matilde of the Sacred Heart|
|Born||30 May, 1841, Robledillo de la Vera, Spain|
|Died||17 December 1902, Spain|
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church|
|Beatified||21 March, 2004 by Pope John Paul II|
Blessed Matilde del Sagrado Corazón Téllez Robles (30 May, 1841 - 17 December 1902) was a Spanish Roman Catholic nun and the foundress of the Congregation of the Daughters of Mary, Mother of the Church.
As an adult, Matilde founded a religious institute dedicated to the Eucharistic adoration and caring for the sick and needy. Matilde opened a school in the Province of Badajoz after being offered a house there.
On 19 March 1884, Bishop Pedro Casas y Souto of Plasencia raised the Institute to a Religious Congregation of Diocesan Rite. In 1889, a new foundations was opened in Cáceres. Other foundations were later opened in Trujillo, Almendralejo, Los Santos de Maimona, Villaverde de Burguilios and in Béjar.
On 17 December 1902, Mother Matilde died after suffering from a stroke two days earlier.