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Antique Statue of "St. Francis Xavier Cabrini" Mother Cabrini Italian Porcelain

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Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini - Also known as Mother Cabrini, she died in Chicago in 1917, and was entombed at that time in West Park, New York. In 1931 her remains were exhumed and found to be partially incorrupt. She was beatified in 1938 and in 1946 was the first US citizen to be canonized a Saint. Her partially incorrupt body covered in wax is now enshrined under the altar in the chapel at St. Francis Cabrini Shrine in New York City.

Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini - Also known as Mother Cabrini, she died in Chicago…

Mother Cabrini  circa 1880 http://www.mothercabrini.org/who-we-are/mother-cabrini/

Mother Cabrini Shrine is a shrine to Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini, known as Mother Cabrini, located in Golden, Colorado, United States.

MOTHER CABRINI: MISSIONARY TO THE WORLD - MCMW-P

Mother cabrini: missionary to the world - mcmw-p

Mother Cabrini Water

Mother Cabrini Water

Water from the Miraculous Spring of Mother Cabrini

MR_P5760 The Grotto at "Mother Cabrini" in Golden, Colorado. Read about the history of Mother Cabrini.

The Grotto at "Mother Cabrini" in Golden, Colorado. Read about the history of Mother Cabrini.

A Novena to St. Frances Xavier Cabrini: St. Frances Xavier Cabrini (1850-1917), known as Mother Cabrini, the first American citizen to be canonized. She founded the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and was canonized in 1946. (Photo c. 1900.)

A Novena to St. Frances Xavier Cabrini

A Novena to St. Frances Xavier Cabrini known as Mother Cabrini, the first American citizen to be canonized. She founded the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and was canonized in (Photo c.

This Italian-born nun founded an institute of missionary sisters, more than one hospital, and 67 orphanages around the world. When she died in Chicago at age 67, she was interred at one of these orphanages - the St. Cabrini Home in West Park, New York. Fourteen years later, her remains were moved to the chapel at New York's Mother Cabrini High School. As part of the beatification process, her body was exhumed and examined by the Vatican. In 1946, Mother Cabrini became the 1st American to be…

Another body preserved in a church - but under much different circumstances than Jimmy Garlick - is that of Frances Xavier Cabrini

I recommend visiting the Mother Cabrini Shrine on Interstate 70 heading west from Denver if you ever have the chance. The 22 foot statue of the Sacred Heart that crowns the mountain where the shrine sits is reached by climbing a staircase of the Stations of the Cross and is well worth the trip. A few years ago the statue was hit by lightening, shattering a couple of Christ's fingers. It has since been repaired.

What you should know about St. Frances Cabrini

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.@novenaapp - St. Frances Xavier Cabrini 1850-1917

On August Mother Cabrini was beatified by Pius XI, and on July canonized a saint of the Catholic Church by Pope Pius XII.

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