It is a very real dilemma.
For example, it is commonly found in solid Catholic seminaries. They will greatly emphasize the importance of Doctrine, but will spend very little time focused on the jaw dropping events of approved apparitions and the messages conveyed by God. Because they are unnecessary, they are not an important theme in the Curriculum, at best deprioritized under other topics.
This isn’t out of spite, but more to help move the focus to the many complexities of pastoral care.
The seminarian walks out armed with doctrine, language and psychology, but with very little of the Marian spirit which is they may have had when they entered - or more likely than not, the Marian spirit that their mothers had. They have lost the wonder that was so evident in the Apostles when they were seminarians following Jesus’ miraculous journey.
If the newly educated priest is not careful - he can find himself quickly looking down on scapulars, rosaries and even the apparitions themselves as border-line superstitious and unimportant events. The importance of Our Lady’s role and influence from her many appearances becomes lost. And with that is lost Her perspective, Her emotional cries for Her children, Her warnings of a very real Satan & Hell and the pleas for heartfelt prayer.
And when that happens, we find priests who cannot perform miracles as instructed - and dare I say required - by Christ. Priests no longer play a role in casting out demons(they no longer believe in evil spirits that possess people and can read them their sins. A diocese is blessed to have a Bishop who appoints an Exorcist), Priests no longer heal (and only rely on doctors even when doctors can’t heal) nor perform other Miracles(other than the Sacraments which truly are invisible Miracles). Christ never said that priests should stop performing miracles after the Apostles died off. He never withdrew His instructions.
As time goes on and day to day Parish work takes over his attention, the Priest often loses touch with his Doctrinal training and now becomes only a Community Organizer, Sacrament Performer and a teacher of kindness.
The ideal structure is likely to have only one role: Priest, Prophet (Teacher) and King (including Miracle worker). All priests should be loving pastors, fully aware of the loss of souls, and armed to the hilt in the Teachings of the Holy Spirit & the Magesterium of the Church. However, reality is not that: in this day an age, the role is split into three.
So Our Lady comes to fill this role of miracle-working, soul pleader, healer and loving Mother for those who accept Her - and She seems to limit Her role to just that.
Since She has a true body, She could do Pastoral work similar to Mother Theresa should God so desire. Or She could appear in every Parish and become a visible, Heavenly Priestly assistant as She assisted Her Son with His Mission or as She assisted the Apostles in their early days. Neither does She visit the Bishops when they are in session to map out to them the answers to doctrinal questions that have yet to be addressed. She doesn’t even directly discuss Contraception. God and She limits the role She plays in Marian apparitions.
So one can see that there is a true dilemma that is very real, with very really consequences.
And that is just an example - there are plenty of others.