about the process of canonization in Making Saints by Kenneth
Woodward, the religion editor of Newsweek. Click on the image
above to order.
a collection of essays offering new insights into 17 saints in A
Tremor of Bliss: Contemporary Writers on the Saints, edited
by Paul Elie. Click on the image above to order.
virtue is not the exclusive domain of the past. Red about modern-day
witnesses to the faith in Catholic Martyrs of the Twentieth Century
by Robert Royal. Click on the image above to order.
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Frances Xavier Cabrini
by Robert Lentz
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Xavier Cabrini died in Chicago on December 22, 1917. She was an
immigrant from Lombardy, the youngest of 13 children .She founded
the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart and albored for 28 years
in the United States and South America, establishing some 67 schools,
hospitals and orphanages. In 1946, she became the first U.S. citizen
to be canonized.
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