Due to Covid-19, we are now showing our film at a safe distance through online showings that feature a live chat with writer-director Lucia Mauro and special guests. They raise funds for parishes and schools.
For information on scheduling an online showing, click here.
"This beautiful film and its Q&A are a great community builder that creates reflection and discussion and helps sustain spiritual growth."
-- Grace Avellana Villamora, Chair, Holy Name Cathedral Filipino Network
Actress Miriam Giudice as Mother Cabrini.
(Left): Statues of Mother Cabrini and the Sacred Heart of Jesus on the altar of St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church in Omaha, Nebraska. (Right): The National Shrine of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini in Chicago, where Mother Cabrini passed to eternal life in 1917 when the chapel was part of Columbus Hospital.
We'll post information on upcoming
online film showings in this box.
For information on scheduling an in-person film screening, click here for our brochure.
Screenings consist of opening remarks, the film, and a post-show discussion led by writer-director Lucia Mauro.
(L-R): Sr. Bridget Zanin, MSC, Director of Chicago's National Shrine of St. Frances X. Cabrini; Writer-Director Lucia Mauro; & Composer Enzo De Rosa during our online screening in honor of Mother Cabrini's Feast Day.