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Mother Cabrini Shrine




Ash Wednesday

2/18 ashes will be distributed by the priest after the 7:30 a.m. liturgy and then distributed during the day by a Eucharistic Minister

Lenten Reflections & The Way of the Cross

Please join us for Lenten Reflections by Fr. Charles Polifka, O.F.M., Cap. and the Way of the Cross on all the Friday’s of Lent.


 2/20 - Understanding Pope Francis’ 2015 Lenten Message:  “The Globalization of Indifference”

2/27The Way of the Cross

3/6Salvifici Doloris (On the Christian Meaning of Human Suffering by Pope Saint John Paul II):  Part I:  The Quest for the Meaning of Suffering

3/13 - The Way of the Cross

3/20Salvifici Doloris Part II:  Jesus Christ Suffering Conquered by Love

3/27 - The Way of the Cross

All Lenten reflections will be in the conference room and the Way of the Cross will be in the chapel.

5:30 p.m. 

Light Dinner follows each Friday.



                  Glimpses of Frances Cabrini

Mother Cabrini

The person who became Mother Cabrini did not arrive out of thin air: she was nurtured in the context of a loving family and a closely knit local ecclesial community. We recognize that the cultural and religious context that informed Frances Cabrini was different from our own, but that there are some common universal markers. For example, the experience of being part of such a family which not only expressed love and concern for each other but also encouraged its young people to reach out in practical ways to the needs of others in their locality. The meaning of these tentative acts of selflessness was provided by the religious milieu in which Frances was immersed. Family prayer and public liturgy affirmed and deepened this worldview.

Composed by Mark Davis from Cabrini Health, Australia

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