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[8] In New York City, she founded Columbus Hospital, which merged with Italian Hospital to become Cabrini Medical Center from 1973[9] until its closure in 2008.[10]. He dedicated the shrine in 1955. L’autrice ha raccolto, inoltre, le conversazioni svolte con Sergio Piro, un protagonista della psichiatria del ‘900, nel libro-intervista Quando ho i soldi mi compro un pianoforte, Napoli, Liguori, 2010. The sisters took in orphans and foundlings, opened a day school to help pay expenses, started classes in needlework and sold their fine embroidery to earn a little more money. Un secolo di internamento femminile (1850-1950). 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Dopo una decina d’anni d’azione in Italia, tra gli emigranti in partenza, suor Cabrini decide che occorre seguirli nel luogo d’emigrazione. She was the first U.S. citizen to be canonized as a Saint by the Roman Catholic Church, on July 7, 1946. At thirteen, Francesca attended a school run by the Daughters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Francesca fu costantemente in movimento fra le due Americhe e l’Europa per fondare o consolidare le numerose missioni concepite non solo per essere vicine agli emigrati italiani, nell’assistenza materiale ma anche e soprattutto affinché i loro diritti fossero riconosciuti dai paesi che li ospitavano. La sua opera letteraria rimanda sempre una dettagliata descrizione dei luoghi che ha attraversato ma anche testimonia una grande introspezione psicologica delle persone che incontra. Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini MSC (Italian: Francesca Saverio Cabrini; July 15, 1850 – December 22, 1917), also called Mother Cabrini, was an Italian-American Roman Catholic nun.She founded the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, a Catholic religious institute that was a major support to her fellow Italian immigrants to the United States. [citation needed], Cabrini was naturalized as a United States citizen in 1909.[5]. These sisters were her former teachers, but, reluctantly, they told her she was too frail for their life. Ha riordinato gli archivi di tutti gli ex ospedali psichiatrici della Campania, di cui ha pubblicato gli inventari. She established schools and orphanages despite tremendous odds. La suora che conquistò l'America, Milano 1982, F. De Maria, Suor Francesca Saverio Cabrini, Torino, 1962, D. Pezzini, Madre Cabrini, straordinaria imprenditrice e mistica, in «Il Cittadino», 17 gennaio 2004, p. 12, L. Scaraffia (a cura di), Francesca Cabrini. [7] In New York she encountered disappointment and difficulties. Nel 2018 per i tipi della Carocci, Luride, agitate, criminali. Tra la terra e il cielo, Milano, 2003. "[24], Southwark, London, England: In St George's Cathedral, Southwark, which Cabrini regularly attended during her time in London, a shrine was dedicated to her in 2009, designed by brothers Theodore, James, and Gabriel Gillick. She was born Maria Francesca Cabrini on July 15, 1850, in Sant'Angelo Lodigiano, in the Lombard Province of Lodi, then part of the Austrian Empire. During her childhood, she visited an uncle, Don Luigi Oldini of Livagra, a priest who lived beside a swift canal. Cabrini. Quaranta biografie di italiane e di italiani che partirono alla ricerca di una vita migliore verso la Merica: Brasile, Argentina, Stati Uniti. MEMORIA E MIGRAZIONI - 2020 © Museo delle Emigrazioni - P.iva 03362540100 -, Italiano anch'io - l'immigrazione nell'Italia che cambia. The summer campsite became a year-round facility for retreats and small prayer gatherings. Era lì che voleva andare con il suo piccolo esercito di donne, solo sette, le Missionarie del S. Cuore di Gesù, che aveva costituito il 14 novembre 1880, con questo titolo ritenuto insolito per una congregazione di suore, ma difeso sempre strenuamente dalla fondatrice. Her body was originally interred at what became Saint Cabrini Home, the orphanage she founded in West Park, Ulster County, New York. Per le edizioni Intra Moenia ha pubblicato nel 2013 Le monache ribelli raccontate da suor Fulvia Caracciolo e Andar per Monasteri. In Chicago, the sisters opened Columbus Hospital in Lincoln Park and Columbus Extension Hospital (later renamed Saint Cabrini Hospital) in the heart of the city's Italian neighborhood on the Near West Side. The shrine is a stone grotto located on the grounds of St. Patrick's, a mission church built in 1841 for Irish immigrants. [26], Lewiston, New York, U.S.: Near Niagara Falls, the Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima includes a shrine to Mother Cabrini along the Avenues of Saints. In November 1880, she and seven other women who had taken religious vows with her founded the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (M.S.C.). In only a short time, after much social and religious upheaval there, the Sisters left China and, subsequently, a Siberian placement. As Cabrini's cause for sainthood accelerated in 1933, the Missionary Sisters moved her remains from the Sacred Heart Orphanage she had founded in rural West Park, New York, to the chapel of a Catholic school she had founded in Manhattan, freshly renamed Mother Cabrini High School. Dottore di ricerca in Studi di Genere, archivista, storica e ricercatrice, si occupa di riordino e valorizzazione di archivi pubblici e privati. Nel 1890, quando a New Orleans il capo della polizia locale fu assassinato da ignoti, e la colpa ricadde, senza alcuna prova, sui dagos, cioè gli italiani laceri, malnutriti, senza fissa dimora, Francesca si recò nella città e denunciò: “Gli italiani sono stati diffamati, al punto che la folla, aizzata da chi ne voleva l’espulsione, ne ha linciati a dozzine”. In 1910, she purchased rural property from the town of Golden, on the east slope of Lookout Mountain, as a summer camp for the girls. “Il mondo è troppo piccolo”, ripeteva spesso Francesca Saverio Cabrini (Sant’Angelo Lodigiano, 15 luglio 1850-Chicago, 22 dicembre 1917), religiosa e missionaria italiana naturalizzata statunitense nel 1909, fondatrice della congregazione delle Missionarie del Sacro Cuore di Gesù, nel 1946 è stata la prima cittadina statunitense a essere proclamata santa. Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini MSC (Italian: Francesca Saverio Cabrini; July 15, 1850 – December 22, 1917), also called Mother Cabrini, was an Italian-American Roman Catholic nun. They were solemnly blessed and re-dedicated by Cardinal Francis George on September 30, 2012, and reopened to the public the next day. Francesca Saverio Cabrini, Pensieri e propositi, Roma, 1982. Epistolario di Suor Francesca Saverio Cabrini, Roma, 2002, Francesca Saverio Cabrini, Pensieri e propositi, Roma, 1982, Francesca Saverio Cabrini, Scritti. When the new shrine was near completion in 1959, her remains were transferred to a large bronze-and-glass reliquary casket in the shrine's altar. La sfida era quella di far conoscere e far tener conto dell’identità etnica, culturale e religiosa degli italiani e nel contempo smantellare i pregiudizi e i luoghi comuni più deteriori che la popolazione ospitante aveva negli anni costruito. [30][31], Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S.: In 1899–1900, Mother Cabrini helped to found St. Lucy parish and school for Scranton's Italian immigrants. The camp dormitory, built of native rock and named the Stone House, was completed in 1914 and later listed on the National Register of Historic Places. As one priest explained: "She lived in New York City. She founded 67 missionary institutions to serve the sick and poor, long before government agencies provided extensive social services – in New York; Chicago and Des Plaines, Illinois; Seattle; New Orleans; Denver and Golden, Colorado; Los Angeles; Philadelphia; and in countries throughout Latin America and Europe. [22] In addition to accommodating the public, the new shrine also served Cabrini High School students as a place for their liturgies and prayer services, until the school closed in 2014. G. Dall'Ongaro, Francesca Cabrini. Morirà a Chicago il 22 dicembre 1917. On Columbus Day 2020, her public memorial was unveiled in Manhattan's, This page was last edited on 16 November 2020, at 06:18. Alla sua morte esistevano ben 67 case e circa 1.300 suore tra gli Stati Uniti, l’Italia, la Francia, la Spagna, l’Inghilterra, il Nicaragua, Panama, il Brasile e l’Argentina. Its good works brought Cabrini to the attention of (the now Blessed) Giovanni Scalabrini, Bishop of Piacenza, and of Pope Leo XIII. Both hospitals eventually closed in 2001–2002. When she was canonized, an estimated 120,000 people filled Chicago's Soldier Field for a Mass of thanksgiving.[14]. È il primo di una lunga serie di viaggi. A questo scopo inizia la costruzione di molte realtà sociali, dagli orfanotrofi agli ospedali, dai convitti per studentesse alle case di riposo. Una fragile quanto straordinaria maestrina di Sant'Angelo Lodigiano. [5] Long after her death, the Missionary Sisters would achieve Cabrini's goal of being missionaries to China. She still rests in perpetual display for veneration, covered with her religious habit and a sculpted face mask and hands for more-lifelike viewing. She understands traffic. Per realizzare la sua congregazione, suor Cabrini intende interpretare al massimo la vocazione dell’autonomia e infatti, il proprio ordine è esclusivamente femminile e non dipende da un ramo maschile. Born two months early, she was small and weak as a child and remained in delicate health throughout her life. The Cabrini Sisters operate Cabrini Eldercare, a pair of non-profit residential facilities in Manhattan and Dobbs Ferry, New York. Martyrologium Romanum (Libreria Editrice Vaticana 2001). Most of the rest of her body is at her shrine in New York. Parole sparse, Roma, 1938. The bronze sculpture depicts the saint watching over a group of migrants standing on a pile of suitcases. Già in questi primi anni presso la scuola di Castiraga Vidardo, si andava delineando il suo modello educativo imperniato sulla “missionarietà”, cioè lavorare affinché si sviluppasse nei bambini e nei ragazzi il senso dell’accoglienza, della solidarietà, del rispetto delle radici storiche e delle tradizioni culturali di ciascuno, in modo che ognuno possa svolgere la sua parte in spirito evangelico, di carità e libertà. Ma Francesca Saverio riuscì a coinvolgere nel suo progetto una ricca cattolica americana, la contessa Mary Isabel Reid Jennings di Cesnola, moglie del conte Luigi Palma di Cesnola il primo direttore del Metropolitan Museum, e aprì una prima scuola in un appartamento offerto dalla contessa, senza però trascurare l’assistenza e l’insegnamento nei quartieri degli immigrati, che erano a quel tempo i più degradati della città. Dopo pochi anni, nel 1880 fonda a Codogno una nuova Congregazione: le Missionarie del Sacro Cuore di Gesù. [15] Following the reforms in Pope John XXIII's Code of Rubrics, the United States since 1961 has celebrated Cabrini's feast on November 13, the anniversary of her beatification, to avoid conflicting with the greater ferias of Advent. La suora che conquistò l'America, Milano 1982. She obtained the archbishop's permission to found the Sacred Heart Orphan Asylum in West Park, New York, later renamed Saint Cabrini Home. [27], Lower Manhattan, New York, U.S.: Our Lady of Pompeii Church was founded in 1892 as a national parish to serve the Italian-American immigrants of Greenwich Village. Uno, il più avventuroso è quello che la vedrà attraversare tutte le Ande, partendo da Panama, per terminare a Buenos Ayres, un viaggio straordinario per conoscere la realtà dell’America Latina. Dopo la sua azione americana, suor Cabrini considera che non solo gli Stati Uniti sono meta d’emigrazione e decide di dare vita a nuove iniziative in altri cinque paesi americani. A small farming operation was established and maintained by three of the Sisters of the Sacred Heart. L’arcivescovo newyorkese Corrigan cercò addirittura di rimandare in patria quelle suore che, a suo avviso, non avevano una sufficiente base finanziaria per i loro progetti. In the Roman Martyrology, her feast day is December 22, the anniversary of her death, the day ordinarily chosen as a saint's feast day. Nell’Italia di quegli anni, individua nell’emigrazione un terreno di assistenza e di pastorale molto impegnativo. [6] Archbishop Michael Corrigan, who was not immediately supportive, found them housing at the convent of the Sisters of Charity. The shrine is an architectural gem of gold mosaics, Carrara marble, frescoes, and Florentine stained glass, functioning as a stand-alone center for prayer, worship, spiritual care and pilgrimage. In a 2019 New York City survey, Mother Cabrini was "the leading vote-getter by far" among more than 300 nominees for the "She Built NYC" municipal statue program. Alla domanda su chi abbia pagato il viaggio, suor Cabrini dice self (da se stessa) e alla richiesta se sia stata già in America, risponde several times (diverse volte). La concretezza nel realizzare le opere e a mettere a segno affari fecero di lei una antesignana del crowdfunding. Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini MSC (Italian: Francesca Saverio Cabrini; July 15, 1850 – December 22, 1917), also called Mother Cabrini, was an Italian-American Roman Catholic nun. Cabrini" in Milan, St. Frances Cabrini Academy elementary school in St. Louis, Missouri, The former St. Frances Cabrini School (now the Cabrini Apartments) on St. Frances Cabrini Avenue in. Egli, essendo anche cappellano delle Figlie del Sacro Cuore, conosceva bene la Cabrini , la sua rettitudine morale e la sua profondità religiosa. The shrine is sponsored by the Italian Catholic Federation. Mother Cabrini and her Missionary Sisters taught religious education there for a time, and the church now honors her with a shrine, a statue, and a stained-glass window. When it became a popular pilgrimage site with her beatification in 1938, the Sisters enshrined the major portion of her body in a glass-enclosed coffin under the altar of the school chapel. Non fu un caso se fu definita da un quotidiano statunitense “una grande donna di affari”. She was the youngest of the thirteen children of farmers Agostino Cabrini and Stella Oldini. Gli inizi non furono semplici. Ed è che così, nel 1889, sulla nave La Bourgogne in partenza da Le Havre, la Cabrini si mescola agli emigranti italiani e facendosi registrare come farmer, contadina, viene registrata a Castle Garden, al suo arrivo a New York, il 1° aprile dello stesso anno. A new convent building, completed in 1970, includes housing for the resident Sisters, overnight accommodations for visitors, a chapel dedicated to the Sacred Heart, and an exhibit of artifacts and clothing once used by Cabrini. [11] Their foundress' name lives on in Chicago's Cabrini Street. Francesca Saverio Cabrini, Scritti. [21], Queen of Heaven Orphanage closed in 1967, replaced by a system of foster care. [25], Burbank, California, U.S.: Near the site of Villa Cabrini Academy (1937–1970), Burbank's Cabrini shrine consists of a chapel founded by Mother Cabrini in 1916, relocated to St. Francis Xavier Church and renovated during 1973–1975, and joined by a library wing in 1993. [16][17], Mother Cabrini is also informally recognized as an effective intercessor for finding a parking space. [20], Where Cabrini had once located an underground spring on the mountainside, a replica of the Lourdes Grotto was built in 1929, later replaced by a simpler sandstone structure. Her 1946 canonization brought a further sustained level of public interest, so in 1957–1960 a larger shrine was built adjoining the school. While there, she made little boats of paper, dropped violets in them, called the flowers "missionaries", and launched them to sail off to India and China. Relazioni di viaggio di Madre Francesca Saverio Cabrini, Roma, 1980, G. Dall'Ongaro, Francesca Cabrini. FRANCESCA SAVERIO CABRINI (1850 - 1917) Francesca Cabrini nasce a Sant’Angelo Lodigiano, il 15 luglio 1850. Arrivata a New York si rende conto del penoso stato in cui versano gli emigranti italiani, i più poveri tra i nuovi arrivati. [4] She became the headmistress of the House of Providence orphanage in Codogno, where she taught, and drew a small community of women to live a religious way of life. Nel 1946 sarà proclamata santa, la prima santa americana. Questo primo risultato incoraggiò Francesca a mettere in campo le sue doti manageriali. Extensive additions in 1954 included a long Stairway of Prayer for pilgrims following her footpath up the mountain, marked with the Stations of the Cross, leading to a 22-foot (7 m) Statue of Jesus at the highest point of the site. [6] Cabrini composed the Rule and Constitutions of the religious institute, and she continued as its superior general until her death. Francesca Cabrini nasce a Sant’Angelo Lodigiano, il 15 luglio 1850. "Not to the East, but to the West" was his advice.[6].

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