"The personal revelation of someone, even a saint, is not an Article of Faith for the Catholic. Just because St. Maximillian Colbe explains things this way does not make it a binding belief upon Catholics. A faithful Catholic MAY see things this way - but it is not necessary." [source]
Romanists are allowed to "see things" how they wish when it comes to certain aspects of Mariolatry. They are unified enough to have disunity. According to the CathApol blog, A Romanist is free to "see" the following:
"We can affirm that she is, in a certain sense, the 'incarnation' of the Holy Spirit"
"The union between the Immaculata and the Holy Spirit is so inexpressible, yet so perfect, that the Holy Spirit acts only by the Most Blessed Virgin, his Spouse. This is why she is the mediatrix of all graces given by the Holy Spirit. And since every grace is a gift of God the Father through the Son and by the Holy Spirit, it follows that there is no grace which Mary cannot dispose of as her own, which is not given to her for this purpose."