In 1869, Bishop Claude Dubuis, in response to the urgent appeals of the people of San Antonio, decided to send three IncarnateRead more Read More
As San Antonio celebrates a 300th anniversary, we celebrate the Incarnate Word ministries that have been part of almost half of thatRead more Read More
At a special liturgy hosted by the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, Sister Mary Henry, CCVI introduced National Migration WeekRead more Read More
What does solidarity mean to you? The definiton of solidarity according to the Webster Dictionary is as follows: an entire union orRead more Read More
I have a hard time focusing on my prayer because the topics for my final papers keep coming to my mind. I’veRead more Read More
I share with you here my experience of the Meeting of Religious Life from Indigenous Communities in the town of Machetla IIRead more Read More
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