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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Mother Cabrini, A Woman for Immigrant Women

Mother Cabrini, A Woman for Immigrant Women

Focus on International Woman Day Sr. Maria Regina Canale, MSC We know that at the 1st National Women’s Congress, held in Rome in April 1908, in the presence of Queen Elena and Queen Margherita, Mother Cabrini was invited to speak about the condition of immigrant women. Mother Cabrini was unable to attend due to her…

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At America’s Door: How nuns, once suspect, won the heart of non-Catholic America

At America’s Door: How nuns, once suspect, won the heart of non-Catholic America

Appeared on Global Sisters Report website On April 12, 2021by Elizabeth Eisenstadt EvansMinistryReligious Life What a long, strange trip it’s been.Today, sisters all over the United States work with immigrants, teaching them English, advocating for humane treatment of workers who toil in factories and fields, defending the rights of undocumented families at the U.S. border fleeing…

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Praying for the Sisters in Codogno

Praying for the Sisters in Codogno

Si svolgono oggi i funerali di suor Sofia Costa e di suor Annunziata Quaranta, rientrate alla Casa del Padre lunedì 8 marzo perchè colpite dal Coronavirus.Le suore di Codogno stanno attraversando un periodo di grande sofferenza a causa della pandemia. Vi chiediamo di sostenere tutta la comunità con le vostre preghiere, visto che alcune di…

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