Mother Cabrini Arrives in Nicaragua

Mother Cabrini Arrives in Nicaragua

In 1891, Mother Cabrini traveled with 28 Missionary Sisters from Italy to New York. Most of the group was bound for Nicaragua, where Mother Cabrini had been invited to establish a school for girls in Granada.  Once in the U.S. they boarded the steamer New York and after a harrowing voyage entered the Gulf of Corinto. The New…

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Retracing Mother Cabrini’s Footsteps

Retracing Mother Cabrini’s Footsteps

On February 20th, the President’s Holiday in the USA, we visited Sacred Hearts and St. Stephen’s Church in Brooklyn. It was initially established for Italian immigrants in the Diocese of Brooklyn and is where Mother Cabrini and our MSC Congregation taught in the school and worked in the parish. It is so beautiful and has…

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On Saint Joseph

On Saint Joseph

Pope Francis calls St. Joseph a beloved Father, a Father in tenderness, a Father in obedience, a Father in welcome, a Father of creative courage, a Father of work and a Father in the shadows. This Saint, not only is loved and venerated as the Patron of the universal Church, but as the Protector of…

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An itinerary on Mother Cabrini

An itinerary on Mother Cabrini

In Milan, the Central Station was named after Mother Cabrini. The Association of Mantuans in the World and Lombards in the World, became the promoter of an itinerary to commemorate the Saint’s life, through three moments: An exhibition curated by Artist Meo Carbone to be held at the Pirelli Palace in Milan from February 1…

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On Mother Cabrini’s relics

On Mother Cabrini’s relics

On December 22, 1917, Mother Cabrini died. Today in celebrating this important anniversary, we want to make a tour among the most important relics of our Saint.But first, let us begin by discovering what lies behind the term “relic” from an historical point of view.When the memory of a saint is meant to be honored,…

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Mother Cabrini’s feast recounted by the Lodi Citizen

Mother Cabrini’s feast recounted by the Lodi Citizen

Mother Cabrini: “Dove of peace who went to the aid of migrants” Eighty years ago, it was November, the precious relic of the Heart of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini was carried in procession to Codogno. Yesterday, the Fourth World Day of the Poor, Bishop Maurizio Malvestiti of Lodi did not fail to preside over Holy…

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From the Provinces for the Feast of Mother Cabrini

From the Provinces for the Feast of Mother Cabrini

November 13 and 14 were two days of great celebration for our Institute. Many in fact were the celebrations and festivities in all provinces 84 years after Mother Cabrini’s Beatification and on the occasion of the 142nd anniversary of the Institute’s founding. At the National Shrine of Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini in Chicago there was…

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Prayer to St. Frances Cabrini

Prayer to St. Frances Cabrini

These days in Madrid, in preparation for the feast days of November 13 and 14, students at St. Frances Xavier Cabrini School are reciting this prayer. We also join in the prayers of these young people to Mother Cabrini, may she help young people around the world to have hope for the future. Prayer to…

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“The goodness of the Heart of Jesus is immense and infinite in Mercy.” St. Frances Xavier Cabrini

“The goodness of the Heart of Jesus is immense and infinite in Mercy.” St. Frances Xavier Cabrini

The significance of the Sacred Heart of Jesus was our special package with Sister Bernadette Anello for the two weeks (9/26-10/7).  It was a blessing to have her illuminate the spirituality of our Institute. Praying the Sacred Heart Novena made our classes so very meaningful. Sister Patricia Spillane’s booklet has comprehensive concepts of the Heart…

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