“God has done it all: I have only been a spectator of God’s work.”
In 1890, St. Cabrini and the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus had to beg for alms to support the growing number of orphans in their care. Young women soon offered their help and some asked to join the institute. 125 years later, St. Cabrini still needs your help
A sacred space to pray, rest and be nourished.
Tuesday thru Sunday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Closed Mondays and major holidays
Gift Shop Hours
Tuesday thru Sunday, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Closed Mondays and major holidays
Sunday: 9:30 am and 11:00 am, English
3:00 pm Spanish
Tuesday-Saturday: 12:00 pm
Last Saturday of every month, 2:00 pm
Here is how you can get to the Cabrini Shrine in Nothern Manhattan.Subway: Take the A train to 190th Street and exit the station by elevator. The Shrine is across the street.
Open Tuesday thru Sunday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Bus: Take the M4 bus, get off at 190th Street.
By Car: From midtown Manhattan, take the Henry Hudson Parkway northbound and Riverside Drive to Fort Washington Avenue. Turn left onto Fort Washington Avenue. Visitors may use free parking next to the Shrine.
New York, NY 10040Tel: 212.923.3536
Saint Frances Cabrini Shrine is available for weddings, funerals and baptisms.We also have a variety of retreat and conferences facilities.
- Retreat Room is a bright, sunny room with four large windows opening onto the wooded courtyard. The capacity is 50-75 people.
- Music Room with a capacity of 40-60. Grand piano available period
- Cabrini Lawn adjacent to the Shrine is a secluded lawn shaded by magnificent trees; the perfect place for an outdoor rosary, prayer group or picnic. Chairs and tables can be set up outside for your group.
Call 212.923.3536 for more information.
Saint Frances Cabrini Shrine Retreat Room
The Cabrini Shrine is adjacent to Fort Tryon Park and The Cloisters.
“The Cabrini Shrine is located in the Hudson Heights neighborhood of Washington Heights, New York City. Adjacent to the shrine lies Fort Tryon Park, a creation of philanthropist John D. Rockefeller on the site of the famous Battle of Fort Washington during the American Revolutionary War. Inside the park lies The Cloisters, an acclaimed museum in connection to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, that houses European medieval architecture and art. The museum has a large collection of 12th century stained glass as well as famous paintings like Robert Campin’s Mérode Altarpiece (c. 1422).
Fuentidueña Chapel: A twelfth-century apse from this Spanish Chapel loaned to the Cloisters by the Spanish government. A magnificent twelfth-century painted Spanish wood crucifix hangs from the arch.
360º Views of the Cabrini Shrine
Videos by Andrew Tallon, PhD, Professor of Art, Vassar College
must not be hidden;”
It must be active, vibrant and true.
“As I see it,
the mission is this:”
Loving other human beings-wherever they are in the world, and letting them know that there is a God who loves them unconditionally, now, as they are.
is a great comfort.”
It is the life of the soul, though its effects are not always visible.
“I felt something
I could not explain.”
It seemed as though I were no longer of this world; my heart was filled with Glory. I know it was the Holy Spirit.
“There is room here for
every talent and inclination.”
There is room here for every talent and inclination.