Cabrini



Saint Frances Xavier (“Mother Cabrini”) 1850–1917, U.S. nun, born in Italy; founder of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Contemporary Examples

Mother Cabrini, Saint of the Green Card Michael Luongo November 10, 2014

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