From the tapestry on the walls of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels Downtown, Los Angeles. The tapestry reflects the diversity of the Catholic Church and the Faith.
The tapestry shows two adolesent males with St. Frances X. Cabrini (d. 1917). St. Frances Xavier Cabrini operated a House of Providence Orphanage at Codogno. She and seven followers founded the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart (this place was devoted to teaching young girls).
Mother Cabrini moved to the United States of America and became a citizen in 1909. She is the first American Citizen to become a saint. Mother Cabrini founded as many as sixty religious houses and charitable organizations.
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