ACH120: Mother Cabrini was a tiny, Italian powerhouse who overcame prejudice and poverty to serve Christ’s Church. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell her story, from her ill health to her mission from the Pope to America, to winning over a reluctant archbishop to founding charities throughout the US to her canonization.
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- Timeline and Her Life’s Work | The National Shrine of Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini
- Frances Xavier Cabrini – Wikipedia
- Mother Cabrini – Mother Cabrini Shrine
- The story of Saint Cabrini | WBEZ Chicago
- Cabrini Digital Archives
- Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini – St. Frances Cabrini Regional Catholic School
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