It was useless that the same Innocent XI formed a Commission for Mother Agreda´s complete rehabilitation. The Pope died before getting a positive conclusion. From then onwards, all the popes, from Innocent XI to Pius VI, would be involved in the Cause of Mother Agreda, except Innocent XIII (1721-1724) who, in his brief pontificate, would keep away from the conflict.
The Pope Alexander VIII marked a moment of serenity declaring that The Mystic City of God could be read freely. Innocent XII formed a new commission to deliberate about Mother Agreda´ s case; but the intervention of the Master of the Holy Palace complicated the matter with an argument about the title of the Immaculate Conception attributed to the Virgin Mary by the Venerable.