What's New at St. Frances Cabrini Shrine NYC

A four-year old named Adam stopped in at the Shrine the other day. He was with his grandmother. They dashed in because of a sudden downpour and stayed until it was time to pick up Adam’s sisters from school. Adam had a million questions. What did Mother Cabrini die of?…

The spring of 1895 saw Mother Cabrini traveling from New Orleans to Panama. The intent of the journey was to comfort the Missionary Sisters who had been abruptly expelled from Nicaragua due to a sharp shift in the political environment. The Sisters had taken refuge in Panama, where they were…

On Saturday, June 11 artist Bernard C. Winter will speak about his art installation, The Painted Psalms, which is open at the Shrine through June 30. Bernard has spent many years pondering, praying, and painting the Psalms. His colorful, thoughtful work reflects the many layers of meaning in these core…

Join us on the lawn each Wednesday in June for jazz from around the globe. We’ll start with Klezmer, move on to Afro-Cuban, detour to New Orleans for some NOLA Gumbo, enjoy a Pan-Asian Chamber Jazz ensemble, and finish up with jazz from Brazil. Bring a blanket, a picnic, and…

Join us on the lawn on five Sundays in May — plus Cinco de Mayo! — as the Multicultural Music Group joins us to uplift different cultures and highlight stories of human diasporas. Each concert focuses on a different border region in the western hemisphere: Sunday, May 1 at 5pm:…

This Friday, April 8 at 7:30pm the outstanding Continuum Wind Quintet will be at the Shrine to play a benefit concert for health care workers. Their program is exciting, interesting, and well worth attending. Want a sample? Pop over to the Shrine’s Facebook page for a quick listen to their…

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