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click for larger picture St. Isidore's Epistle Side Altar is dedicated to Mother Cabrini. 

Every year many of the parishioners join together to make a 52 mile pilgrimage from the Church to the Mother Cabrini shrine in Golden, Colorado.  

St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, commonly known as "Mother Cabrini", was the first American citizen to be canonized a saint. Mother Cabrini was not a strong person physically, but she had a great inner strength. She had an unbending belief and trust in God. Throughout her life and in all her many undertakings, she always knew that God would provide for her and the many schools, hospitals, orphanages, and missions which she founded.

Mother Cabrini died in Chicago on December 22, 1917. Her remains are laid to rest in Mother Cabrini High School at 701 Fort Washington Avenue in the Bronx, New York. It is now a place of pilgrimage.

Mother Cabrini was beatified in 1938 and canonized a saint in 1946.

During her life, Saint Frances Cabrini founded 67 schools, hospitals, orphanages, and missions, one for every year in her life.


St. Isidore Church Contact Information:
St. Isidore Church
attn: Fr. Dennis T. McDonald
32100 E. Colfax Svc Rd
Watkins , CO 80137
303.344.9300 - phone
303.568.0193 - fax
St. Isidore Priory Contact Information:
 St. Isidore Priory
 Fr. Dennis T. McDonald, Prior
303-325-7558 phone
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