We are Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, an international Congregation of women religious. Who we are and what we do is grounded in a dynamic belief that our loving God became fully human in the person of Jesus. In this act of becoming human, God invites all creation to share in Divine Life. This belief compels us to act to make God's love real in the world by promoting human dignity, especially among the most vulnerable.
This book is about BIG and small miracles in the life of Sister Margaret Carew. In 1970 she received the baptism of the Holy Spirit. The Lord has anointed her to go and set the prisoners free, to bring healing to the broken hearted and glad tidings to the lowly. She was encouraged to share her testimony with a wider audience. Her gifts are faith and daring combined with a strong dose of Irish wit and humor. It is her Magnificat. You will delight in reading some of the BIG and small miracles in her life.
Sister Margaret Carew is a Sister of Charity of the Incarnate Word. She is from Tipperary, Ireland where she spent seventeen years of her life before joining the Order. She felt called to teach and to minister to the imprisoned. That calling came as an answer to prayer. One day she received a letter from her sister who had entered the Incarnate Word Order inviting her to go to Texas with her in two weeks. At that moment she clearly heard Jesus say, “Come follow Me.”
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