Maria SS. delle Grazie
The image of Our Lady of Grace venerated in Avellino, Italy.
Mary is depicted offering relief to suffering souls by sprinkling them with breast milk, which she is squeezing from her left breast.
Wallfahrtskirche Maria Hilf
The high altar in the pilgrimage church of Maria Hilf in Speiden, Bavaria.
The answer to this is already included in the question. When a Christian venerates Mary he honours her as the most important of all the saints, and as the mother of Jesus. Mary is not a deity, contrary to how a pagan would view, and worship, a mother goddess.
Sterre der ZeeThe statue of Our Lady Star of the Sea, the patroness of the city of Maastricht, the Netherlands.
La Virgen de los Remedios
A 1950s lithograph of the miraculous image of Our Lady of Remedies in Mexico.
La corona della Madonna di Monte Berico
The crown worn by the statue of Our Lady of Monte Berico in Vicenza, Italy. It was created on the occasion of the statue’s crowning on 25 August 1900.
Pope Leo XIII donated a precious ring to be included in the crown with the words ‘This is my gift to the Madonna of Monte Berico’. It can be seen on the front, surrounded by rays with diamonds. In total the crown includes 1,200 precious stones.
Miracolosa effigie della Madonna di Monte Berico
The miraculous image of Mary venerated in the basilica of Monte Berico in Vicenza, Spain.
Notre Dame d’Afrique
The statue of Our Lady of Africa in Algiers, Algeria. The shrine of Our Lady of Africa was built by French Catholic in the 19th century.
A vintage postcard of the church of Notre Dame de Bonsecours in Nancy, France. It was built in the 18th century in Polish rococo style.
Notre Dame de Bonsecours
The statue of Our Lady of Good Succour in Nancy, France. It was sculpted in 1505 for a chapel dedicated to Mary.
In the 18th century duke Stanislas of Lorraine, who was of Polish origin, built the current shrine of Notre Dame de Bonsecours. The church is a unique example of the rococo religious architecture typical of Poland.
I ask you, empress of angels, virtuous consoler of all unhappy creatures, the well of living water, from which streams of all virtues incessantly bubble, with a prostrate body, with prayers from my whole heart humbly to grant me from your customary goodness the mercy to illuminate me with the dawn of beloved truth and the bright light of heavenly knowledge.
- From a letter written by the medieval German student Anselm of Frankenstein, asking Mary to bless his studies.