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The Inspiring Woman Behind the Compassion and Caring of Cabrini

Historical fiction and the empowerment of women blend well in the powerful movie, Cabrini based upon the impactful life of 
Mother Francesca Cabrini. Born in Italy in 1850, Mother Cabrini bravely pioneered six Missionary Sisters abroad to New York City in 1889. We were honored to have the privilege of partnering with Angel Studios for an advanced screening of the movie, Cabrini. Dramatically depicting the true story of a woman’s determination, dedication, and relentless drive for equality, health, and quality of life for neglected, orphaned children. Terribly challenged with aquaphobia after nearly drowned as a young girl, Mother Cabrini overcame her fears to embark upon 23 transatlantic missionary trips around the world. Debuting internationally in time for International Women's Day, learn more about the inspiring woman behind the unprecedented compassion and caring demonstrated in the movie, Cabrini—"Based on the true story of one woman’s fight for the equality, health, and happiness of immigrant orphans."

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The Inspiring Woman Behind the Compassion and Caring of Cabrini


"From Alejandro Monteverde, award-winning director of Sound of Freedom, comes the powerful epic of Francesca Cabrini, an Italian immigrant who arrives in New York City in 1889 and is greeted by disease, crime, and impoverished children. Cabrini sets off on a daring mission to convince the hostile mayor to secure housing and healthcare for society's most vulnerable. With broken English and poor health, Cabrini uses her entrepreneurial mind to build an empire of hope unlike anything the world had ever seen."

Mother Cabrini relentlessly championed throughout a period of 34 years to establish an unprecedented 67 hospitals, orphanages, and schools. Passionately fueled by the strength of her commitment to serving Jesus as she was called to be of service, her legacy is honored in many ways today.

Historically canonized in 1946 by Pope Pius XII, Mother Francesca Cabrini was the first American citizen named as a saint. Titled as Patroness of Immigrants, Cabrini is the first biopic in her honor. 

Knowing only of the tremendous amount of respect bestowed upon the name Mother Cabrini, having the opportunity to learn of her courageously compassionate and caring nature I was truly enlightened. Cabrini captures the combination of gentility and strength paired with her wondrous faith to advocate for a better world. 

See Cabrini, debuting in movie theaters for International Women's Day.

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Francesca Cabrini | Patroness of Immigrants

Francesca Cabrini was born near Milan, Italy, on July 15, 1850. Despite being told at a young age she would never live to reach adulthood, she defied the odds and continued her mission to serve others by co-founding the Institute of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in 1880. In 1889, Cabrini and her sister companions immigrated to New York to help Italian immigrants face a new world.

Amidst chaos and poverty, Cabrini and her companions established schools, orphanages, hospitals, and organized religious classes throughout the United States. One of her most notable achievements includes founding the Sacred Heart Orphan Asylum for Italian immigrant children in rural West Park, New York, later renamed Saint Cabrini Home.

In 1917, she passed away in Chicago and was canonized as a saint by Pope Pius XII in 1946, and became the Patroness of Immigrants in 1950. Today, the institute that Cabrini founded continues to fulfill diverse roles as educators, nurses, social workers, administrators, and board members worldwide.                         -via Angel Studios

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