We are the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word OUR HERITAGE We are a dynamic Congregation of women religious, dedicated to make real and tangible the love of Jesus, the Incarnate Word, in today's world OUR WORK We recognize God in every person we meet and respond to the needs of the time JOIN US We are present in Ireland, Mexico, Peru and the United States OUR WORK We share a life of prayer, mission and commitment in community SPIRITUALITY We use our gifts to serve those who are most poor and vulnerable JOIN US Through our ministries we seek to transform people and the community by promoting human dignity SPIRITUALITY "A life for God and a heart for others" OUR WORK

Our ministries seek to transform people and the community by promoting human dignity in all forms.

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LCWR: Violence and White Supremacy Cannot Stand Statement

LCWR: Violence and White Supremacy Cannot Stand Statement

We, the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, join the LCRW’s condolences to the Buffalo community and all who lost loved ones, friends, and neighbors, and the statement that violence and white supremacy cannot stand. We invite you to read the...

Webinar: A future that excludes no one

Webinar: A future that excludes no one

Sunday, 25 September 2022 will mark the 108th World Day of Migrants and Refugees. The Holy Father has chosen to entitle his annual Message “Building the Future with Migrants and Refugees”. Building with means recognizing and promoting the role that migrants and...

Poetry with Daniel Mulhall, Irish Ambassador to US Poets

Poetry with Daniel Mulhall, Irish Ambassador to US Poets

Poetry with Daniel Mulhall, Irish Ambassador to US Poets from Baylor University, Trinity University, and Naomi Shihab Nye of SA contributed. The event focused on working for peace with Corrymeela Peace Center in Belfast. The Rotary Club is funding students to attend...

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