Founder’s Day at Cabrini honors the birthday of the College’s founder, Sister Ursula Infante, MSC (1897‑2001).
Cabrini marks Founder’s Day with a presentation by a scholar or activist, someone who embodies the Cabrinian legacy of making God’s visible through active social-justice work.
This year’s speaker is Bishop Ricardo Ramirez, CSB, the first Bishop of Las Cruces, who will speak about immigration reform and his work in the U.S./Mexican border area of El Paso/Ciudad Juarez.
This annual event is sponsored by Wolfington Center, Cabrini’s home for service learning and Catholic social teaching.
Sister Helen Prejean, death-penalty abolitionist and author of Dead Man Walking
Immigration-rights activist Jim Claffey
Rev. Fred Kammer, Catholic social-justice expert and author of Doing Faithjustice
Dr. Robert Bullard, widely regarded as the “father of environmental justice”
Directions to Cabrini College are available at cabrini.edu/Directions.
For more information, contact the Wolfington Center at Wolfington@cabrini.edu.