An after trauma witness to build something positive in the future

An after trauma witness to build something positive in the future

Title: I Feel Like I’ve Been Run Over by a Truck: How to build Connection, Resilience andGratitude in the Wake of a Trauma – Katie McKennaDate: October 6th, 2021Time: 4:00pmLocation: Bruckmann Memorial Chapel of Saint JosephREGISTRATION https://forms.office.com/r/nq553MrJs4 THERE WILL BE A STREAMING OPTION. Take a listen to Katie’s story. People often say, “I feel like…

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LOVE in Action

LOVE in Action

A Spotlight on the Cabrinian  Outreach for Immigrants Please Mark Your Calendars: today, October 27, December 1 This fall, we kick off a new webinar series on immigration in which we will be exploring how LOVE for immigrants finds its expression in the everyday services provided by our Cabrini Immigrant Services in Dobbs Ferry, NY…

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Building Blocks for Healthy Community

Building Blocks for Healthy Community

~ by Brother Sean Sammon, FMS in HORIZON, the Journal of the National Religious Vocations Conference Since Vatican II, community life has posed a challenge for many women and men religious. Prior to the council, rigid structures and antiquated rules governed life together. Communities, in general, were large, institutional, and closed off from the world…

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#Praywithus

#Praywithus

Many of you will be familiar with the #Praywithus section on our website cabriniworld.org.This is the beautiful little chapel, always decorated with beautiful flowers, that we have at the Generalate in Rome. Here, every day, Sister Maria Regina and other Sisters take care of the prayer requests that we are receiving in large numbers through…

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Food Pantry Summer!

Food Pantry Summer!

The Cabrini Mission Foundation responds with boldness and urgency to the unmet needs of the most vulnerable, especially when there are those in need in our own community. During the summer season, our team worked with Cabrini Immigrant Services’ NYC Food Pantry, and has been dedicated to supporting and feeding more than 200 families each…

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“THEOLOGY OF HUMAN MOBILITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY – Migrants and Pilgrims as Our Ancestors” (September 20-22)

“THEOLOGY OF HUMAN MOBILITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY – Migrants and Pilgrims as Our Ancestors” (September 20-22)

Next week will take place online from Sep 20 to Sep 22 a Conference titled ” THEOLOGY OF HUMAN MOBILITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY – Migrants and Pilgrims as Our Ancestors ” organised by Scalabrini International Migration Institute – SIMI, USG and UISG. Sister Barbara Staley, MSC General Superior, invites all of us to partecipate….

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EVACUATION PLAN!

EVACUATION PLAN!

I moved to New Orleans in 2017 to assist with Campus Ministry at Cabrini High School.  It was a wonderful job.  New Orleans is so friendly and Catholic.  The downside of living there is the long hurricane season and the prospect of an evacuation. Many years ago, when the Ursuline Sisters were missioned to New…

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Mother Cabrini, Celestial Patroness of All Emigrants

Mother Cabrini, Celestial Patroness of All Emigrants

Mother Cabrini was proclaimed “Celestial Patroness of all emigrants” by Pope Pius XII in 1950, September the eight. This photo represents the official document kept in the Cabrini Museum in Codogno. If we think about the context in which this proclamation took place, it is something really surprising: Mother Cabrini became patroness of emigrants when…

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Embodying Catholic Social Teaching through Shared Ownership Investing

Embodying Catholic Social Teaching through Shared Ownership Investing

By Felipe Witchger & Elizabeth Garlow Over several weeks this Spring, 20 U.S. Catholic asset holders gathered on six different occasions to wrestle with the rarely-posed question: What would bold action in impact investing look like, if we use Catholic Social Teaching as our starting point?  The cohort included Kayoko Lyons, Director of Impact Investing for…

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