Sacred Heart of Jesus in MSC World

Sacred Heart of Jesus in MSC World

Last Friday, 11 June, the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus was celebrated in different parts of the world.The Sacred Heart at the centre of our mission continues to flood with its love so many realities that remember it with joy. On this solemn day the sisters renew their vows.Between celebrations and festivities we…

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Sisters serving at the border: news from Catholic Charities USA to Cabrini Mission Foundation

Sisters serving at the border: news from Catholic Charities USA to Cabrini Mission Foundation

The Leadership Conference of Women Religious ( LCWR ) is the association of the leaders of congregations of Catholic women religious in the United States. The conference has about 1350 members, who represent nearly 80 percent of the approximately 49,000 women religious in the United States. Founded in 1956, the conference assists its members to…

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120th anniversary of the Colegio Sagrado Corazón

120th anniversary of the Colegio Sagrado Corazón

This video was made to celebrate the 120th anniversary of the Colegio Sagrado Corazón in Villa Mercedes, Argentina. With music dedicated to Saint Frances Cabrini and images of the history of this Institute. Happy Birthday #CollegioSagradoCuore 120 years of life.College founded by #SaintFrancescaJavierCabrini (foundress of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart) on 26th May 1901.Today…

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Commemoration Day of the Revolution of 25 May 1810

Commemoration Day of the Revolution of 25 May 1810

With the first rays of the May sun, Argentina is dressed in light blue and white because there is the joy of celebration, the warmth of the Homeland… time that, as a people, we remember our history to savour, value and give thanks for Freedom, as a gift from God and the heroic action of…

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Smiles, Reminiscence and Fun!

Smiles, Reminiscence and Fun!

Walking onto the Dementia Unit at St. Cabrini Nursing Home is always a special and unique experience.  On April 14, 2021, the atmosphere was festive as five residents were gathered around the “Magic Table.”  The Magic Table, otherwise known as a “Tovertafel,” is a ceiling-based, high-quality projector that contains infrared sensors, a loudspeaker and a processer…

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SANTA CABRINI YOUTH CENTRE STRENGTHENING THE PROTECTION NETWORK

SANTA CABRINI YOUTH CENTRE STRENGTHENING THE PROTECTION NETWORK

In the Brazilian calendar, May 18th is the national day for combating sexual abuse and exploitation of children and adolescents and the Santa Cabrini Youth Center holds several activities with families and the community in general in commemoration of the date. This year, we had the recognition of the municipal government for the relevant work…

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Prayer marathon for the end of the pandemic

Prayer marathon for the end of the pandemic

“So, enter the interior sanctuary of your soul, see what virtues are lacking and promise to study assiduously how to practicethem in very difficult moments; then you will have a beautiful bouquet to present to Our Lady each day. She, however, will notbe outdone in generosity and you will see what graces she will bestow…

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Annual Mass for Migrants – London, UK

Annual Mass for Migrants – London, UK

On the 1st of May 2021, in London, our Parish, St. William of York, celebrated the 16th ‘Mass for Migrants’. This Mass has been celebrated every May Bank Holiday since 2006, when it was first introduced by the then Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Cormac Murphy O’Conner. Each year since then, the event has reminded Londoners…

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Cabrini Mission Foundation – Educating with the heart

Cabrini Mission Foundation – Educating with the heart

“Education with a Heart” Cabrini Mission Foundation recently purchased twenty-five (25) chrome books, now allowing current students in need to continue their online classes and virtual schooling during the current pandemic. Mother Cabrini based her work on “education of the heart”; promoting Gospel values, critical thinking and openness towards others.  Through this initiative and all…

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CMF Immigration Work Update in Cabrini Mission Foundation

CMF Immigration Work Update in Cabrini Mission Foundation

The Cabrini Mission Foundation has a long history of working with migrants and displaced people. Responding to the Gospel call for justice and love, honoring the Catholic Social Teachings on the dignity of all persons, and continuing the legacy of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, Patroness of Immigrants, the Cabrini Mission Foundation is committed to: WELCOME as…

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Cabrini Guatemala: Nourishing Lives for Christ in Barcenas

Cabrini Guatemala: Nourishing Lives for Christ in Barcenas

The Cabrini mission in Guatemala focuses on the most vulnerable population through the San Jose Dispensary in Zone 6 of the capital city, and the Mother Cabrini Dispensary in Barcena Villa Nueva. The service provided by Cabrini Guatemala in Barcena focuses on curative and preventive medical care and the integral development of the individual, the…

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Overcoming Isolation Through – Art and Storytelling

Overcoming Isolation Through – Art and Storytelling

What an exciting day April 22nd turned out to be for Cabrini of Westchester. On that day, Deborah Mosley, a trained storyteller, Ellen Tessitore, a certified NY State Teacher and Lorraine Campanelli, Director of Cabrini Immigrant Services (CIS), Dobbs Ferry, NY presented a workshop at a national conference. The workshop, ‘Intergenerational, Intercultural Art and Storytelling…

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Celebrating our Sisters on Mother’s Day

Celebrating our Sisters on Mother’s Day

Dear Sisters,We know you have suffered great loss in this past year, with many Sisters passing away especially in the past few months. As a sign of love and solidarity, on Mother’s Day we are sending a gift from as many of us as possible. You Sisters mean so much in the life of each…

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At rosary, pope prays resources move from military to pandemic prevention

At rosary, pope prays resources move from military to pandemic prevention

by Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service Pope Francis prays the rosary with about 160 people in St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican May 1, 2021. The pope began a monthlong rosary marathon praying for an end to the COVID-19 pandemic. (CNS photo/Paul Haring) VATICAN CITY — Under the gaze of a seventh-century icon of Mary, Pope Francis launched…

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Santa Cabrini Youth Centre

Santa Cabrini Youth Centre

On the last day of our Bookfoot we were graced with a wealth of activities including storytelling from the Little Prince, led by social educator Leaneida, reinforcing the need for self-care, to captivate and value the time we spend with those we love. The activity is part of the campaign “I take care of me,…

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Formation course on Saint Joseph

Formation course on Saint Joseph

Yesterday at the Generalate in Rome, Sr. Maria Regina MSC held the first training session of a cycle she had designed for Curia employees on St Joseph. On the occasion of the year proclaimed by Pope Francis dedicated to him and on the eve of Labour Day, we reflected on the Apostolic Letter “Patris corde…

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125th Anniversary of Colegio Santa Rosa

125th Anniversary of Colegio Santa Rosa

On May 8, Santa Rosa school in Argentina will be 125 years old! “This year we celebrate the 125th anniversary of Colegio Santa Rosa, City of Buenos Aires, Argentina.We started this journey last year with the slogan “125 Years, 12 Stories and 1 School” with some videos shared on the 8th of each month. As…

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Earth Day in Cabrini World

Earth Day in Cabrini World

Today is the Earth Day ! 🙏🏽😁🌏❤️ From the very beginning, Mother Cabrini was careful for the Mother Earth. In “Between one wave and another” Mother Cabrini wrote to the students of the Magisterium a thought of absolute modernity and topicality:“The world of today, which seems to be moving backwards towards paganism, in spite of…

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At America’s Door: Serving Those in the Shadows,Sisters Follow in Footsteps of Women Long Gone

At America’s Door: Serving Those in the Shadows,Sisters Follow in Footsteps of Women Long Gone

When it comes to helping immigrants, Catholic sisters are one of the few constants in a tempestuous American landscape often shaped by hostility and division. “They are invested in the marginalized and dispossessed,” said Dr. Margaret McGuinness, a religious professor at LaSalle University in Philadelphia and author of Called to Serve: A History of Nuns…

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Happy Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus!

Happy Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus!

Dear Sisters, on the occasion of the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, June 11, we are happy to share with you a new and updated version of the video and of the journal the that all the lay collaborators of the Institute have gifted to you on Mother’s day! Happy Feast of the…

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