Cabrini

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Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini

Ca·bri·ni

 (kə-brē′nē), Saint Frances Xavier Known as "Mother Cabrini." 1850-1917.
Italian-born American religious leader who founded the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart (1880) and was the first American to be canonized (1946).

Ca•bri•ni

(kəˈbri ni)

n.
Saint Frances Xavier (“Mother Cabrini”), 1850–1917, U.S. nun, born in Italy; founder of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
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Most applications at Cabrini are compiled with HL7 data standards, which simplified communication among them.
The essay begins with a quotation from Roland Barthes on the photograph, then moves to a remembered image of five children from the infamous Cabrini Green housing project crossing a street in Chicago, at Easter time, which she and her sister witnessed.
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Taking our cue from Mother Cabrini, let us all work for comprehensive immigration reform so that we can continue to welcome the poor, the tired, and the huddled masses to our land.
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Filled with compassion and a fierce dedication to service, students from Cabrini College and Villanova University, both outside Philadelphia, answered the call to spread awareness of global humanitarian issues to their college campuses and in their communities.
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