All the attributes of God (mercy, compassion, forgiveness, inclusiveness) have, through love, through humility, become our own.
We share with you some pictures from the Installation of Sharon L. Gerken ’78 as President of Incarnate Word Academy on Saturday, October 9, 2021.
The International Day of Nonviolence is celebrated each year on October 2, the birth date of Mahatma Gandhi, leader of the Indian independence movement and pioneer of the philosophy and strategy of nonviolence. According to the United Nations General Assembly, in 2007 this commemoration was established to “ensure a culture of peace, tolerance, understanding and nonviolence.”
We share with you a photo gallery of the vaccination day against COVID-19 of the Mexican Sisters of the Congregation.
The Sisters want to thanks all the people who shared their gifts during the Big Give 2021.
On September 26, 2021, Pope Francis shared with everyone the message for the 107th World Day of Migrants and Refugees: “Towards an ever wider We”.
Greetings from Headwaters at Incarnate Word! In this “Season of Creation” we give thanks to God for the special gift of our heritage land known as the Headwaters Sanctuary. We invite you to view the video (link below) of a recent television news story about the Headwaters ministry and the impact it is having on people from our community who both serve the land and who are served by the land in return. What a great demonstration of what it means to “live in right-relationship with creation”!
Article published at the Catholic Health Association of the United States (CHA) webpage, by Julie Minda with the CCVI participation of Sr. Katty Huanuco (JPIC) and Martha Quiroga (CCVI Comm).
The Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio are committed to having a heart for God and living a life for others and that’s why are launching a funded project for the empowerment of women, addressed to their eligible congregational colleges and universities.
A foundation partnership with a St. Louis area behavioral health nonprofit. Through the IWF grant, they were able to expand their crisis hotline support and advocate for the new 988 law for mental health services.