The MSCs invite you to join them in prayer on behalf of those members of our Cabrinian family in their time of need.

Committed to advancing St. Frances Xavier Cabrini's mission and legacy of healing, teaching, and caring, Cabrini programs and institutions provide services to women, children, immigrants, and the elderly around the world, from Swaziland to Australia to the United States. Cabrini Mission Foundation, founded in 1998 as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, raises funds to support these Cabrini programs and institutions focused on healthcare, education, and social services.
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The Missionary Sisters are members of this Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), a coalition with members on all continents committed to work at the United Nations for peace and human dignity, in response to the needs of women and children living in poverty; immigrants and refugees and the welfare of the planet.
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The Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (MSCs) is an international missionary congregation of women religious present on six continents and in sixteen countries of the world. The Institute is comprised of four provinces and one region. The Stella Maris Province encompasses ministries in Australia, the Philippines, Swaziland, Southern Africa, and the United States. In all the countries where we serve, we work in partnership with lay women and men. This has always been the hallmark of who we are as MSCs... Read more about us...

The Stella Maris Province of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus has two Corporate Stances:

  • To STOP the trafficking of women and children
  • To SUPPORT the rights and dignity of all immigrants

The MSCs stand in solidarity with the victims of human trafficking and the plight of immigrants around the globe. Learn more...


We remember our own roots as immigrants and are followers of a Savior whose family fled into exile. Our rule of life, set forth in our Constitutions, states, "as Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, we must be open to all people because Jesus welcomed all and gave Himself for all."

The Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart support Comprehensive Immigration Reform and encourage action on the Dream Act.
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STOP the trafficking of women and children

Just as we welcome the immigrant in our midst, we condemn the use of violence, abduction, fraud, deception, coercion, or debt bondage to transport women and children from their homes for prostitution, sexual exploitation, forced labor, and/or real or virtual slavery.
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Together on the Journey Newsletter

"Together on the Journey” is an electronic newsletter published by the General Council of the Missionary Sisters designed to communicate the news of the central MSC government of the Institute.
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New Missionary Vision of the Missionary Sisters

Formulated at the 2008 General Chapter of the Missionary Sisters, this is the New Missionary Vision for the Institute.
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