In 1912, Mother Cabrini established the vision of the Shrine’s property to be a place of quiet refuge—at the time, it was a summer home for the girls from Queen of Heaven Orphanage. Through the years and through the generosity of our benefactors, Mother Cabrini Shrine conınues to provide a place of retreat and recollection.
The Historically Registered three-story Stone House was commissioned to be built by Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini in 1912 and constructed in the 1920s. The Stone house features:
The Stone house was originally used as a summer home for the Queen of Heaven Orphanage, run by the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Denver, CO.
As a part of the original property, the Hermitage is attached to our red storage barn, and gives one an experience that is remote and isolated. The Hermitage features
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