When there is a general malaise in Andújar on the management of the diocesan priests were doing in the sanctuary, the bishop of Jaén, Manuel Basulto Jiménez, gave possession of the house of Ntra. Lady of the Head, the Trinitarian Order on the 1st day of April, 1930.
Since then, things in the Real Shrine totally changed, developed up to the present an intense and successful work, leading to the rise of the cult and devotion to the blessed Virgin, having been their guiding parents: John of the Holy Trinity, José María de la Encarnación, Rafael, San José, Juan Cruz, Arturo Curiel, Andrés Rodríguez-Borrego, Benedict Rejado Garoña, José Antonio Ramírez Nuño, Easter Villegas Muñoz, Saturnino Gomez Weevil, Jesus Herrera Martínez, Domingo Conesa Sources, Isidore Murciego Murciego and Luis Miguel Alaminos Momtealegre.
During the Civil War, the Trinitarians had to leave the sanctuary, where three of them victims. On the occasion of his beatification was erected a mosaic in his honour, the work of the ceramist, Francisco Holes Sanz, blessed in 2008 by the Bishop of Jaén, Ramón del Hoyo López.
At the initiative of father Arturo Curiel of San José, is edited from 1956 to 1963, the magazine Herald of the Sanctuary, monthly publication covering the topic of history, current affairs, religious, etc., As told by its founder, “the Herald was the Preacher of the Sanctuary and of his beloved Lady in the Head.”
Years later, the P. José Antonio Ramírez, rector in the decade of the seventies, she released “Queen of the Sierra Morena”, and in December 2000, was born the first number of the bulletin “Aires de Sierra Morena, on the initiative of P. Domingo Conesa.
1930 – 1933 P. Juan de la Stma. Trinity.
1933 – 1936 P. José M. ª Jesús (Siege to the Shrine 1936-1940).
1940 – 1946 P. Raphael of St. Joseph.
1946 – 1952 P. San Julián del Stmo. Sacramento.
1952 – 1955 P. John of the Cross.
1955 – 1961 P. Arturo San Jose.
1961 – 1967 P. Andrés de la Inmaculada.
1967 – 1973 P. Benedict Rejado.
1973 – 1976 P. Andrés de la Inmaculada.
1976 – 1979 P. José Antonio Ramírez.
1979 – 1982 P. Pascual Villegas.
1967 – 1973 P. Saturnino Gomez.
1991 – 1997 Jesus Herrera.
1997 – 2006 P. Domingo Conesa.
2006 – 2009 P. Rafael C. Marquez.
2009 -2018 P. Domingo Conesa.
2018 – 2021 P. Pascual Villegas.
2021 – Present P. Luis Miguel Alaminos.