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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Fasting, in the words of Pope Francis

Fasting, in the words of Pope Francis

"Fast from hurting words, and say kind words." Kind words:   I love you. Good job! Thank you. Please. You make me laugh! You are so generous. I like you. You have such a beautiful smile. Your eyes twinkle! It's okay ... I can help you with that. Do you need help? Let...

CCVI Schools: “A Heart Open to the Whole World” (Part 2)

CCVI Schools: “A Heart Open to the Whole World” (Part 2)

Praised be the Incarnate Word, Amen! I am infinitely grateful because the CCVI Network for Migrants has been a channel in our CCVI schools that has led our CCVI Education Communities to remember more deeply the importance valuing and allowing an encounter with the...

Journey of Reconciliation: First Sunday of Lent

Journey of Reconciliation: First Sunday of Lent

By Adriana Calzada, CCVI On this path of reconciliation that we have proposed for this Lent, the Gospel of the first Sunday presents us with Jesus in the desert. Jesus, pushed by the Spirit, retires to the place of silence. The desert is a place where he meets Satan,...

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