St. Frances Xavier Cabrini (1850-1917) The youngest of 13 children born to pious parents, St. Frances Cabrini had an early calling to religious life, desiring to be a missionary as early as age thirteen. At the age of 30 she founded a religious order, the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart and in less than 10 years left Italy for the United States. In her 35 years of missionary work in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, California, Louisiana, Colorado, Washington, Illinois, Buenos Aires, Panama, & Rio de Janeiro, she established 67 institutions to care for the sick, poor, & uneducated, including orphanages, schools, & hospitals. Saint Frances Cabrini is the patron saint of immigrants and hospital administrators. She is also the first United States citizen to be canonized a saint. This prayer journal contains a biography, a memorial newspaper article published shortly after her death, her letter from her 1890 voyage from Italy to the United States, a day-by-day novena, the litany of the Sacred Heart, prayers, quotes, and a collection of photos. In addition to these 37 pages, it also contains 74 lined pages that can be used as a journal, to record prayer intentions, or as a notebook.
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