The National Shrine of St. Frances X. Cabrini, Chicago, IL
in collaboration with The Cabrini Retreat Center, Des Plaines, IL
with the gracious participation of the
Cabrini Universtiy faculty and staff members.
Date: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 2021
Time: 9:00 am MST/10:00 am CST/11:00 am EST
Please click the link below to watch the free recording of January 27th's webinar:
“Themes from the Life and Spirituality of Mother Cabrini, Patroness of Immigrants”
In this talk, Nicholas Rademacher and Michelle Sherman will discuss the integration of faith and justice in Mother Cabrini’s Gospel-inspired commitment to serve immigrant communities around the world. Set within the context of major turning points in her life, their talk will explore Mother Cabrini’s missionary vocation, her devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and her spirit of disponibilita’, that is, her flexibility and openness to God’s call.
Nicholas Rademacher, PhD
Dr. Rademacher is professor and chair of Religious Studies at Cabrini University. His teaching and scholarship focus on historical and contemporary expressions of Catholicism in the United States. Dr. Rademacher earned his PhD at the Catholic University of America. A published author of journals and books, he serves as Vice President of the American Catholic Historical Society and recently completed service on the historical commission for cause for canonization of Fr. William Atkinson, OSA.
Dr. Rademacher can be reached via [email protected]
Michelle Sherman, MA
Michelle Sherman is the Campus Minister for Retreats at Villanova University. A former Cabrini Mission Corps missioner at Mother Cabrini H.S. in NYC, she is honored to contribute to this important Cabrini series. She holds a BA in Humanistic Studies from St. Mary’s College in Notre Dame, IN; a MA in Theology and Certification in Lay Ministry from Villanova University; and Certification in Spiritual Direction from the Cranaleith Spiritual Center.
Ms. Sherman can be reached at [email protected]