For more than a year, Denver and Colorado have welcomed more than 38,000 migrants in search of refuge from the turmoil in their homelands in South and Central America. In the core sense of the word, “refuge” evokes hope, comfort, and safety. This is what Denver, some non-profit charities, and the State of Colorado have provided in the absence of co...

The opening of a biopic about Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini is bringing interest and excitement to the shrine that remains in her name near Lookout Mountain. The film Cabrini is set to open at over 3,000 theaters across the country on March 8. It tells the story of part of her life as she battled to care for immigrants, especially children in New Yo...

Dear friends, 2024 is fast moving on between the daily routine made up of news and content in social media, the monthly routine with interviews and the magazine, and the planning of projects, events, and lots of news, both in Italy and in the United States. The first news ... is not new: it is the third edition of our Gala here in Rome, which again...

A new biopic on the life of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, titled Cabrini, is set to release in theaters in the Spring of 2024. This highly anticipated film from Angel Studios, the same company that produces The Chosen, will focus on the life and works of Mother Cabrini, especially her devoted efforts to tend to Italian immigrants in New York City at...

Even though it’s only the beginning of February, Christians worldwide are already preparing for Easter. The season of Lent — 40 days of prayer, fasting and almsgiving — begins with Ash Wednesday on Feb. 14. It will last until Easter on March 31. For the first time in five years, the Mother Cabrini Shrine near Golden is offering a Lenten series at 6...

On Jan. 30, thanks to an initiative organized by the Hon. Christian Di Sanzo, elected in North and Central America, the Sala del Cenacolo at the Vicolo Valdina Complex, in the heart of Rome, was inaugurated the exhibition "Mother Cabrini and the Pilgrim Angels" curated by master Meo Carbone, a prominent figure in the Italian Community of Chicago. C...

At the Italian House of Representatives, thanks to the work of the Hon. Di Sanzo, elected in North and Central America, the exhibition "Mother Cabrini and the Pilgrim Angels," concerning the figure of St. Francesca Cabrini in the history of Italian emigration, especially in the United States, will be set up in the Cenacolo Room at the Vicolo Valdin...

In 1850, a small and sickly girl, the youngest of thirteen children, was born two months prematurely to a farm family in the Italian region of Lombardy. Francesca Cabrini would suffer from poor health her entire life. When in her teens she decided to give her life to Christ, she was rejected by the Daughters of the Sacred Heart, who considered her...

For the last decade, Msgr. Paul Bochicchio of St. Francis Church in Hoboken has been advising as a spiritual consultant on the upcoming film “Cabrini,” produced by Angel Studios about the life and ministry of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, set to debut in theaters in March 2024. The highly anticipated movie, from the studio that produced “The Chosen”...