General Chapter Highlights – Day 2, June 28

General Chapter Highlights – Day 2, June 28

Day 2 – 28.6.22 Today, we had the pleasure of Fr. Mariano Sedano Sierra, a Claretian Missionary, who gave us spiritual input, as he delved into the call of mission. He encouraged us to consider the COVID pandemic as possibly a moment of Grace for us. He invited us to look at things with both…

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Opening up of the General Chapter

Opening up of the General Chapter

On Monday, June 27, 2022, the Opening Ritual of the XVI General Chapter of the MSCs took place. At the beginning, Sr. Barbara Staley welcomed all the Sisters and Laity present, and officially declared the opening of the Chapter. Then, Mark Davis, Facilitator of the Chapter, invited the table groups to share some information about…

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XVI General Chapter Opening Mass Ceremony

XVI General Chapter Opening Mass Ceremony

The opening ceremony of the XVI General Chapter was held yesterday at the La Salle House Church. Presided over by Monsignor Fisichella, President of the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelization, the Eucharistic celebration was attended by sisters and lay members of the Cabrinian family from all over the world. Also in…

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Feast of the Sacred Heart and Mother Cabrini

Feast of the Sacred Heart and Mother Cabrini

Today is the Feast of the Sacred Heart, established by Pope Clement XIII in 1765. Let us discover together why this solemnity was for Mother Cabrini and is still so important for our Institute today, so much so that it is present in the naming of our missionaries. Mother Cabrini never theorized about her spiritual…

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Festivity of Corpus Christi at Cabrini College Madrid

Festivity of Corpus Christi at Cabrini College Madrid

“The beloved month of June has appeared, in which all united in one heart, near or far, animated by the same faith and trust, we will honor the Sacred Heart of Jesus, procuring Him all the glory of loving hearts.” St. Frances Xavier Cabrini On Sunday, June 5, we resumed the feast of Corpus Christi…

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An Afternoon of Hope

An Afternoon of Hope

“In every age, O God, you have been our refuge. In every age, O God, you have been our hope.” (Psalm 90 1-4; Janet Sullivan Whitaker). Uvalde school massacre. Eleven year old Miah smeared herself with the blood of her best friend and played dead. Miah survived. Nineteen classmates and two teachers did not. Tulsa…

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Building the future together – World Day of Migrants and Refugees

Building the future together – World Day of Migrants and Refugees

“In the future, no one should be excluded. We must bring to the center all those who live on the peripheries – all the peripheries, both physical and existential – where there are many migrants and refugees, displaced persons, and victims of trafficking.But what do you think it means to put the most vulnerable at…

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