MANHATTAN — Mother Cabrini is on a roll.
Ever since the saint was snubbed by New York City first lady Chirlane McCray’s She Built NYC’s panel to build public statues of historic women, St. Frances Xavier Cabrini — an Italian-American nun known for serving immigrants in the United States — has drawn so much public support that Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that New York state will fund a statue of her.
One of Mother Cabrini’s advocates has been Scott LoBaido, a Catholic artist from Staten Island…
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