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It was all laughs and cheers as Sisters, staff, and friends celebrated the 2nd Annual Cabrini Mission Foundation Baseball Fundraiser held at the Staten Island FerryHawks Stadium on Saturday, August 5th. The money raised during the event will be used towards a multitude of programs that support educational and healthcare services for underprivileged families.
Attendees enjoyed, food, snacks, and most importantly ice-cold beer, from the comfort of two luxury box suites that overlooked the lush field and excited fans below.Another Home Run! Cabrini Mission Foundation Celebrates 2nd Annual Baseball Fundraiser Read Full Article »
With the start of Catholic Sisters Week and International Women’s Day on March 8th, this is a time of commemorating extraordinary religious women and the many ways they have enriched our lives. Whether it’s Sisters, Saints or our fellow practicing Catholics, women of faith never fail to leave us feeling inspired.Catholic Sisters Week and International Women’s Day – What Can We Learn from Religious Women? Read Full Article »
In the midst of the devastation that has plagued Turkey and Syria following a 7.8 magnitude earthquake, Cabrini Mission Foundation is responding to the relief efforts by donating much needed funds to support the Capuchin Friars Minor of Emilia Romagna. The friars are working diligently to deliver food, water, shelter, and other essential items to the disaster victims across two of their convents in Mersin and Antioch.Cabrini Mission Foundation Responds to Relief Efforts from Turkey and Syria Earthquake Read Full Article »
This Lenten Season kicks off the Cabrini Mission Foundation’s annual fundraising campaign.
It is the Foundation’s Mission to provide life-changing services to uplift our communities and beyond, and to help those who are on the margins of society. This Lenten season, with your help we will continue to provide the necessary Healing, Teaching and Caring support our programs provide.Cabrini Mission Foundation Lenten Appeal 2023 Read Full Article »
As Mother Cabrini’s feast day, celebrated on November 13th of each year, quickly approaches, it poses the question: How can we celebrate Mother Cabrini, and actualize her teachings in our everyday lives? As the patron saint of immigrants, Mother Cabrini inspires us to open our hearts to everyone, especially those who are on the margins of society. Taking these teaching and applying them to our own lives doesn’t always mean being on the front lines helping immigrants as they arrive to the United States, but it is finding other ways to help that are just as, if not more, significant.The Feast Day of Mother Cabrini – How Can We Incorporate Mother Cabrini’s Charism into Our Own Lives? Read Full Article »
Cabrini Mission Foundation, in collaboration with Cabrini Immigrant Services – NYC, have partnered with Community of Sant’Egidio, a global Christian movement of volunteer communities focused on service to the poor, have helped to distribute 400 meals weekly to the homeless population in New York City. Volunteers and supporters work in tandem to provide individuals in need with a hot meal, a friendly smile, and an opportunity for a long-term relationship.Cabrini Mission Foundation and Community of Sant’Egidio Partner to Distribute 1,600 Meals to New York City’s Homeless Read Full Article »
It was a night full of smiles, laughter, and a few tears, as attendees came together to celebrate Cabrini Mission Foundation’s annual 2022 Gala, hosted on Oct. 13th at the Metropolitan Club. The theme at this year’s event, “Education of the Heart,” embodied Mother Cabrini’s education principle – teachers or advocates for Cabrini, need to “Educate the Hearts” of those they teach, which links intellectual competence with moral development and instills a special concern for those persons who are in need.2022 Cabrini Mission Foundation Gala Read Full Article »
Hundreds of immigrant families have been bused to New York City from the southern border in recent weeks. They have been placed in all-purpose City shelters, and the influx has strained City resources.New York City Immigrant Border Bus Initiative Read Full Article »