What's New at St. Frances Cabrini Shrine NYC

As of today Northern Manhattan has been designated a Yellow Zone under NY’s COVID-19 safety rules. This new designation primarily affects dining establishments. Houses of Worship are still permitted to operate at 50% capacity. There will therefore be no changes to the Shrine’s Mass schedule, though we have opted to…

A gentleman named Julio Guzmán came to the Feast Mass last week and lingered afterward to tell us a remarkable story. He’d moved recently, and in the process of packing up came across a memento of his maternal grandfather’s funeral. On the front was a picture of Mother Cabrini. Mr….

St. Frances Cabrini is widely known for her energy, her generosity, and her vibrant love for those most in need. It’s easy to admire her but (powerhouse that she was) sometimes a bit hard to imitate her! One way to grow to be like Mother Cabrini is to focus less…

As home to the largest sacred relic in New York City, St. Frances Cabrini Shrine greets many devoted visitors who arrive with the intention of drawing closer to Mother Cabrini both physically and spiritually. We also greet Catholics who wander in not knowing much about Mother Cabrini. Many have never…

This past Monday I trekked down to lower Manhattan with a friend to see the new statue of Mother Cabrini. After the unveiling (at which two of the Missionary Sisters assisted) and after the governor left, the public was permitted to enter. Because of steady rain and because the event…

The Shrine continues to seek ways to help our friends and neighbors find peace in the midst of the stresses of the pandemic. Beginning October 14 we will extend our hours on Wednesday evenings to provide a quiet, candle-lit time for private prayer and reflection. A local musician will provide…

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