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    Mother Cabrini Bibliography

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    missionary. By the age of eighteen, Frances knew that she wanted to be a nun, however; her weak health stood in the way. She could not join the Sacred Heart of Jesus. So instead, in 1863, Frances enrolled as a boarding student at the Normal School in Arluno with the intentions of becoming a schoolteacher. The school was directed by the Daughters of the Sacred Heart. Frances lived at the school for five years, residing in the convent with the nuns. Frances was elated to live with the nuns and to share a

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    Schnellville Case Study

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    Sitting on a hill overlooking the community of Schnellville, Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church stands in the middle of the rural and unique township of Schnellville, Indiana. Most often referred as Sacred Heart, the church is the most visible and prominent building in Schnellville. Many Catholic churches located in Dubois County boast standing more than 100 years including the following: St. Anthony Church in St. Anthony, St. Ferdinand Church in Ferdinand, St. Mary Church in Ireland, St. Joseph

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    Frances Xavier Cabrini Becoming a Saint

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    A saint is a virtuous person that is honored by church after death who is considered to a degree of holiness and is blessed. In most Christian denominations think all people are saints in the Catholic Church the term saint is given to a person whom which the church has officially been canonized. Furthermore, the Catholic Church explains that they do not create or make a saint; however, they recognize saints. In fact, Frances Xavier Cabrini or as many people refer to her as Mother Cabrini is the first

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    Thoughts on THE GIFT

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    This story unlike most as that I couldn't predict what was going to happen that made the girls leave the school.  Just as it says in the beginning paragraph "No one expected Merceditas Cáceres, on the day Carlotta Rodriguez was expelled from the Sacred Heart, to hang her silk sash from the doorknob, drop her medal of the Congregation of the Angels in the alms box, and walk out through the schools' portico arm in arm with her friend, head held high and without deigning once to look back, with that gesture

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    Santiago being a man of faith had many different qualities from physical,to emotional, to social, to intellectual, to philosophical. He is a true example of how life should be lived. His passion for keeping true to himself, and always having a positive outlook is how we all should approach life. Everyone should take a few notes on how this man lives. Although Santiago is a wise man, that does not mean his physical appearance has not had some wear and tear done to it. He is kind hearted, but very

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    Eveline's Empty Spaces It seems highly appropriate that James Joyce lived in Europe during the time of Cézanne, Seurat, Gauguin, and Matisse; throughout his book Dubliners he sketches his characters in a style that could be characterized as post- impressionist. Rather than smoothly, cleanly outlining and clearly delineating his characters' every feature, Joyce concentrates on hinting at the emotional meanings of his depictions with a rich thick dab of paint here and there. Although Joyce flexes

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    I arrived at Sacred Heart Cathedral for my first day of high school. As my friend’s mom drove through the populous streets of San Francisco, I sat in the back seat of her car running through the pages of the planner I had received at orientation. As the thick, smooth pages ran through my fingers, I worried over finding my classes, being on time to my classes, and having time to out my books in my locker. I found the page dated August 24th, my first day of high school. I had all six classes that day

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    Socrates’s argument that what is holy and what is approved of by the gods are not the same thing is convincing because they both are two different things. Like Socrates stated in EUTHYPHRO, “Is the pious being loved by the gods because it is pious, or is it pious because it is being loved by the gods?” This connects back to Socrates argument because it states that the gods choose what is pious because they love it or is it pious because it being loved be the gods. The gods are determining the definition

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    can hear the bells ring every hour, and where people can go to see this majestic site; Sacred Heart Catholic Church stands in the middle of the rural town of Schnellville, Indiana. Sacred Heart, one of many churches located in Dubois County, including the following: St. Celestine, St. Ferdinand, St. Mary’s, and St. Joe’s still stand to this current day. After Schnellville received its church in 1874, Sacred Heart Catholic Church has endured two fires, a complete rebuilding of the church in 1914, numerous

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    rare. If the Liberty Leading the People remains the most famous, the Virgin of the Sacred Heart (Fig.1), the most enigmatic, disappeared in Corsica for one century. In 1981, Jack Spector related its story as originally commissioned to Géricault, and tried to find why Nantes, its destination , rejected it. This article is prompted by the discovery of new document highlighting another title of the Virgin of the Sacred Heart, also known as a Triumph of Religion. It explains why the commission was rejected

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