Let’s go to New York! In this week’s spiritual pilgrimage, come along with Angela Sealana and her guest Julia Attaway – Executive Director of Cabrini Shrine in New York City, and take a spiritual pilgrimage to St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Shrine in New York City. Mother Cabrini was the first American Citizen Saint and is the Universal Patron Saint of Immigrants.
On today’s journey, you will:
- Explore the Shrine overlooking the Hudson River in northern Manhattan
- Hear about the life of this American saint
- And learn about how she can teach, encourage & inspire us today
Click here to visit Cabrini Shrine’s official website.
Featured Image courtesy of the Cabrini Shrine in New York City. All rights reserved.
We are so grateful to this month’s sponsors, Bill & Lupita Winters, who made this podcast episode possible.
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Julia Attaway is Executive Director of St. Frances Cabrini Shrine in New York. A convert to Catholicism, Julia is passionate about speaking to youth about the role saints play in helping us draw closer to Jesus. Her favorite audience is teenagers, but she is always happy to talk to anyone about Mother Cabrini.
Jewel for the Journey:
“Each time that I encounter sufferings … I pour out my soul to Jesus and I am consoled and comforted.” – St. Frances Xavier Cabrini
A Closer Look at This Week’s Journey:
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Images courtesy of the Cabrini Shrine in New York City. All rights reserved.
Where is the Shrine of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Located?