As the “Caravan” of migrant persons continues their journey north, we share the below prayer from USCCB. As children of the Patron Saint of Immigrants, we believe all people have dignity and the right to seek a better life for themselves and their families. Please join us in prayer. Read More »
Si bien la atención pública se ha desplazado hacia el norte desde la ciudad de Guatemala, Cabrini ha seguido trabajando. Un gran número de personas en la Caravana de migrantes han avanzado, y muchos han cruzado la frontera hacia México. Otros no han podido continuar. Read More »
While public attention has shifted north from Guatemala City, Cabrini has continued working. A great many in the Migrant Caravan have moved on, with large numbers having crossed the border into Mexico. Others not been able to continue. Read More »
Late in the evening on October 17 the phone rang at the Sisters’ community at Dispensario “San Jose” in Guatemala City. On the other end of the line was a Scalabrini Sister from the local Migrants Services Center. A caravan of 1,500 migrants from Honduras had arrived at their doors, cold, desperate, and in need of medical care. Read More »
I am pleased to inform you we have hired an Executive Director for the Cabrini Mission Foundation, Mr. Christopher A. LaBianco.
A Message from Our President, Sr. Pietrina Raccuglia, MSC
I would like to share some “Good News” regarding our projects and a special grant: Read More »
September 11, 2001. On that day, a short distance from Cabrini Immigrant Services on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, tragedy came to New York and changed the world for so many people.
Nos complace recibir hoy una actualización de Hna. Emperatriz sobre el proceso del Proyecto de Pozo La Inmaculada.
We were pleased to receive an update today from Sr. Emperatriz regarding the process of the La Inmaculada Well Project.