What Would Mother Cabrini Do?
Contemporary Issues – Cabrinian Perspectives
On June 17th, St. Cabrini's 170th birthday, many sisters and friends from across the United States gathered for our 2nd Cabrini Webinar Series. Sister Eileen Curry, MSC invited webinar attendees to understand the lens of Cabrinian charism as a way to know God in a deep and personal way that also reflects the "needs of the times."
Sister Eileen said "Mother Cabrini was a networker. She knew what was going on in the world around her. She went to the people. She listened. She did not have a master plan, but she recognize the plight of the people and she did as Jesus did, she was present to them.
Click below to hear Sister Eileen's energizing message on listening to what strikes our heart and spirit and act!
Sister Eileen is the Spiritual Director at the Sacred Heart Jesuit Retreat House in Sedalia, Colorado. After spending twenty-four years in various levels of education, including serving as president of Cabrini University from 1982 to 1992, Eileen completed a master’s degree in spirituality at Creighton University. She then completed a residential internship program in retreat direction for the Spiritual Exercises at the Jesuit Center for Spiritual Growth in Wernersville, Pennsylvania. She has extensive experience in spiritual direction and in giving conference retreats for groups.
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