A group of University of the Incarnate Word nursing students and graduate students have been stepping up to help treat the homeless for basic symptoms as other first responders are busy dealing with COVID-19 care.
By Sister Martha Ann Kirk, CCVI
“In uncertainty, we are not called to be in control, we are called to have faith. ” St. John Paul II.
On February 26, Sr. Tere and Sr. Peggy visited the Incarnate Word Academy. We share with you some pictures of this event.
Following Sister Pauline’s presentation at Oxford, UK, the University requested that she release the copyright to Oxford so they can publish the paper in the Journal of Academic Perspectives, Vol 2019 no 4. Sister Pauline responded by releasing the copyright to Oxford. This is quite significant in her profession as Professor of Classical Languages at Missouri State University, Springfield.
After several months of preparation, on the 6th of February, the Intercollegiate games began, where 685 athletes met at the Miguel Angel Institute in Mexico City to participate in the disciplines of basketball, football and volleyball. The first contingent arrived at 9:30 AM.
Our CCVI Sister Pauline Nugent, Professor of Classical Languages at the Missouri State University, was invited to Oxford, UK, to give a presentation on Women’s Leadership Issues.
One of the first stories readers encounter in Genesis describes two migrants, Adam and Eve, leaving their first home and struggling to create a life in a new land. From Genesis through Revelation, the Jewish and Christian Bibles depict migration and responses to migration, and given the prominent role of the Bible in public life, politicians, thinkers, and migrants themselves have turned to those texts to think about just and appropriate immigration policies.
For the IWA’s celebration of the 150th Jubilee, they installed a large (40 feet long!) mural with the “A Life for God / A Heart for Others” motto in the main hallway of the administration building. In addition, there are also large posters with the motto in each building on campus, as well as a smaller version in each classroom.