Community Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini
88 S. Second St.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 384-2021
c.francescabrini@servidoras.org
serving in the Diocese of Brooklyn

Our community was founded on September 8, 1995. Our mission includes pastoral work in the Parish of “Sts. Peter and Paul” in Brooklyn, New York. Our apostolate is in conjunction with the diocesan priests Monsignor Ruiz, Pastor Emeritus, and Rev. Richard Beuther, the current Pastor.

Apostolate
Our main works of evangelization are the following:

    • Catechism: The sisters are in charge of the school of Religion, which includes 200 children this year.
      • Youth Groups: During the weekends, we coordinate different groups, including:
      • “Fatima Children” for young girls between seven and eleven years of age, which meets weekly

  • Youth Group: “Duc in Altum”
  • Adult programs: We have monthly formation meetings for married couples who also participate in parish apostolate as volunteers.
  • Other Apostolate: We also assist with the following duties:
    • The Liturgy
    • The Sacristy
    • Training of altar servers
    • Visits to the sick
    • General parish activities.

The children and youth with whom we work give life and joy to our parish where we carry out our apostolate with enthusiasm in a warm, family environment.

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Our Patron
Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini (1850-1917)
Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini was born in Lombardy, Italy in 1850. She founded the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart in 1880 in Codogno, Italy. Under the encouragement of Pope Leo XIII, she set out for the United States in 1889, where, for the next twenty-years, she established many schools, hospitals and orphanages. Her missionary zeal also led her to South America where she founded schools in Argentina, Brazil and Nicaragua and elsewhere. Mother Cabrini died in Chicago on December 22, 1917, and on July 7, 1946 she became the first United States citizen to be canonized. Buried in Upper Manhattan upon her own request, she is the Universal Patroness of Immigrants.