According to Arizona law, child abuse is a crime! Abuse may include any of the following: bodily injury, willful cruelty or unjustifiable punishment, sexual exploitation, or neglect (failure to provide adequate food, clothing, shelter, medical care, etc.). Report suspected abuse immediately to the Department of Child Safety, 1-888-767-2445, and/or call 911. Questions? Contact the parish Safe Environment Compliance Officers, Terry and Donna Madden, at


Arizona Charitable Tax Credit

Give the gift of hope and reduce what you pay in state income tax

The Arizona Charitable Tax Credit makes it possible for you to donate to Catholic Community Services and receive a dollar for- dollar credit that will reduce your Arizona state income tax. And you don’t need to itemize deductions on your state return to claim the credit. The Charitable Tax Credit* is in addition to and completely separate from any school tax credit. For more info, visit or call (520) 670-0854.

*$400 maximum credit for married couples filing jointly; $200 for an individual filer.
St. Frances Cabrini Roman Catholic Church
3201 East Presidio Road 
Tucson, AZ 85716 
Telephone 520-326-7670  ~  Fax 520-881-8480
website updated August 3, 2016
For Calendar of Events, see current bulletin.

Have you registered as a member of our parish? Changed your address or phone number since you filled out a parish registration form? Would you like to change the way you contribute?  Parish registration forms are available in the church foyer. Please call the parish office at (520) 326-7670 or e-mail us at to let us know of any updates to your information. Please contact us as well if you are not sure if you ever filled out a parish registration form, or if you would like to start or stop collection envelopes or automatic contributions from a bank account. Thank you!

Events, News & Links

Fr. Bob Fuller sat down recently with his friend and fellow author, Adolfo Quezada, and recorded a 19 minute video. Adolfo asks him questions about his life and views on various subjects.  We also have videos of some of Father Bob's Homilies.   These videos were made by Steve Auslander and are on his YouTube channel. Click on the links below.

A Conversation with Father Bob Taking up the Cross
Keep It Simple Q & A with Father Bob - June 26, 2016
Peace  Fear  Trust Disciples
The Holy Trinity The Good Samaritan
The Body of Christ
The Contemplative and/or Active Life
Q & A with Father Bob - June 4, 2016 Beware of Greed


For the
71st Anniversary of the Bombing of Hiroshima & Nagasaki Peace
Where: 1835 W. Anklam Rd.
When: Sat., August 6, 2016 at 08:00 A.M.
Sponsored by Pax Dei, “An Interfaith Community Seeking Peace Through Justice”
For more information, contact José Serrano 520-360-7492
There are flyers with more information in the church foyer and the parish
office, or you can ask Fr. Bill Remmel about Pax Dei and this Prayer Service.


A Retrouvaille (pronounced retro-vie and means "rediscovery) Weekend helps struggling couples rediscover the hope and  purpose in their marriages. The Weekend is August 5-7 in Tucson.
confidential information, call 800-470-2230 or send an e-mail to

We are each called by Christ to go out to all the world and tell the good news of the salvation brought by Jesus Christ. Do we reflect the love of Christ in our relationships, especially our marriage? Sign up today to attend a Worldwide Marriage Encounter August 26-28 in Phoenix. To apply for the weekend and for other dates visit the website


We are looking for a man, woman or couple who will be our parish representative

to this event scheduled for Saturday, October 22. If interested, please call the office at 326-7670.

St. Francis Cabrini's Crafts/Sewing/Visiting Group is in need of fabric, yarn, new or gently used pillowcases and cash to continue our ministry to the poor. We make blankets, slippers, pillowcase dresses for little girls, and other items. Donations may be taken to the parish office. Please help us if you can!

THANK YOU!!!  THE CABRINI SEWING GROUP would like to thank everyone who has donated fabric, yarn, and sewing equipment to our group. In 2015 we were able to make and donate 413 blankets & afghans, 375 pieces of children’s clothing, 165 stuffed toys, 40 WC and walker bags, and 80 hats, pairs of booties and slippers. These items went to the Gospel Rescue Mission, Reachout Women’s Center, Casa de Los Ninos, St. Luke’s Home, and St. Vincent de Paul.



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Justice and Peace Shall Kiss

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Boundless Mercy: Received, Now Given

Our beloved Pope Francis has declared this the Year of Mercy, reminds us that as we have received God’s boundless mercy, we now have a responsibility to show that mercy, care and concern to others.

With a gift to the ACA, the virtue of mercy is shown to help: feed the hungry; clothe the needy; provide a presence of Christ in hospitals, schools and prisons; strengthen parishes throughout our Diocese; provide funding for social outreach programs; help retired priests as well as educate future priests; and many other programs and services throughout our Diocese.

When you support the Annual Catholic Appeal, you do more than just provide financial support – you change lives.



The Diocese of Tucson needs gently used vehicles (well-maintained, 60,000 miles or less) for use by priest from developing countries who will be serving in our diocese.  Many of these priests will be assigned to rural areas where they can easily drive 15,000-20,000 miles annually.  The Diocese will tune up the vehicle, perform minor repairs, and replace tires as needed.  If you would like to donate a vehicle, please contact John Shaheen, Property Director for the Diocese, at 838-2570.  


These are some organizations who work to better the community through volunteering and health awareness.

For those of you who may be smokers and wold like to learn more about quitting and how faith can help, go to for more information

To improve your health and well being, check out the American Cancer Society website.


St. Joseph Missals are available 
$3.00 in the Parish Office.   


The Society of St. Vincent de Paul welcomes all who wish to live their faith by loving and serving their neighbor. Pope Francis says, “We can offer what little we have. We certainly have a few hours of time, some talent, some expertise.” If you have some time weekday mornings, please call Lynn at 219-0899. Thank you.

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul has helped over 356 families with your generosity. Each family is provided food from our pantry. This is the food you donate in the blue barrels at Mass and from the Community Food Bank. We also help with rent and utilities,bus passes, and clothing vouchers, as well as beds from the St. Vincent de Paul Store. We could not do any of this without our volunteers who take care of the pantry, answer phone calls Monday-Friday, and make home visits. Thank you for your kind donations of food, money and time.

Please remember to support us through the Fry’s, Safeway, and Albertson’s cash reward programs. May God bless you.

               SUMMER  FOOD DRIVE

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul wants to thank our parishioners for their help during the summer months.  We still need your help with food and monetary donations.  We help 60-75 families a month in our parish

 Donations can be placed in the blue barrels that are put out the
FIRST and THIRD weekend of the month during Mass. Thank you for your support. We couldn’t help the poor in our area without your help.

Below is a list of what we really
  • Canned tuna
  • Bath soap
  • Peanut butter
  • Toothbrushes
  • Cereal
  • Toothpaste
  • Plain Saltine crackers
  • Dish detergent
  • Pasta sauce
  • Toilet paper
  • Pasta
  • Macaroni & Cheese

We continue to put out the blue barrels on the 1st and 3rd weekend of the month at Mass. Financial help is always appreciated.

During the year, look for the blue barrels in the sanctuary and vestibule.

                 A Call to Serve

On April 23, 1833, a group of six young students in Paris, France met and laid the foundation of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Their purpose was “to insure their faith by works of charity.” Today we continue to pursue the same goal. If you would like to discuss becoming a member of the society of St. Vincent de Paul, please call Dan Torring1ton at 425-0661.  Someday, we will be privileged to hear these words from Jesus Himself: “I was hungry and you fed me … homeless and you took me in.”

                                  Thrift Stores

The Thrift Stores in Tucson that are operated by the St. Vincent de Paul Society are located at 820 S. 6th Ave. and 5426 E. Pima St. They are in need of volunteers at both stores and at the Council Office. They also are in need of furniture, especially sofas, kitchen tables, and unsoiled mattresses. Miscellaneous household items are always welcome and appreciated, as well as clothing, especially men’s clothing. They also gratefully accept donated collectible items and vehicles. To schedule a pickup of donated items, please call 520-622-2821. To volunteer, please call 520-628-7837.