Feast of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini

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mother_cabrini Sometimes Americans forget how young our country is. Africans and Europeans have saints from the earliest centuries of the Church. The first American citizen to be canonized, St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, was only canonized in 1946. Our own Melissa Musick has her story and a recipe for the day after the jump:

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TCC Road Trips: Mother Cabrini’s Real Home in Chicago

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Mother Cabrini's room Visitors to the National Shrine of Mother Cabrini in Chicago can see her room, which appears exactly as it did on the morning of her death. “It is amazing to conceive how that little Italian woman in a black habit ran a virtual empire of good works from this simple room — amazing till one remembers that the saint’s Master declared that, with God, all things are possible.” Read the whole article in The National Catholic Register here: Mother Cabrini’s Real Home in Chicago

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