She was turned away from a religious order from poor health. The orphanage she was in charge of was abruptly shut down. An Archbishop told her to return back to Italy not long after she arrived in the United States for the first time.
St. Frances Xavier Cabrini encountered hardship and difficulty at nearly every turn of her faith journey, but she was undeterred from following the will of God. The first American citizen to be canonized a saint, she was fearless, resourceful and passionate about serving those in need.
Join Michael Gormley as he dives into the life of this awe-inspiring saint, so that we too may learn how to truly serve and care for the poor, embrace difficulties in our lives, and strive to love God more fully every day.Support Beyond the Bulletin