I've been talking about the beautiful titles of St Anne - there are many of them and have been proven many many times, throughout the ages, here are some more mentioned in the Good St Anne book below. I would like to add that she holds so many titles that are dear to a womans' heart, in fact she is a saint who a woman can relate to no matter what their state or circumstance in life is.
The number of cures wrought through the intercession of St Anne is countless. Day after day the churches dedicated to her, as that at St Anne de Beaupre, have resounded with the suppliant voices of her clients. Sight has been restored to the blind, hearing to the deaf, soundness to the bodies of the infirm and crippled. These are the exterior signs of the power and maternal goodness of St Anne, but what shall we say of the interior cures of spiritual ailments known to God alone? How many times has the good Saint strengthened a wavering courage, given a new vitality to a languid spiritual life, opened a mind to the light of the true Faith?
Numberless prodigies of this kind have taken place at the Shrine of St Anne, unknown to men for the most part, but known to God, whose loving Providence seems to take delight in granting multiplied graces through the intercession of good St Anne, so that the ex votos, the mute testimonies of innumberable physical cures, could well be supplemented by testimonials of spiritual favors, were such a thing possible.
Good St Anne, like a true and faithful mother, does not turn a deaf ear to the pleas of her children; and as a mother's heart is deeply touched at the sight of the afflictions of her children, so is St Anne's motherly heart touched by the petitions of those who come to her seeking solace and comfort.