Mr. Ernie Sadau, CEO of CHRISTUS Health, offers sincere congratulations to Ms. Saundra Watts on the occasion of her 50 years of devoted service to the Incarnate Word Congregation, beginning at Santa Rosa in 1969 with continued service at the Generalate until the present time.
Hundreds of elated family and friends packed the Tobin Center in downtown San Antonio on Saturday, July 27 for the 3rd Annual University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) School of Osteopathic Medicine White Coat Ceremony.
For 150 years our Congregation, the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, has served thousands of people, especially those who are economically poor and vulnerable, through a variety of ministries including education, health care, pastoral and social services.
A proclamation was held at the Texas State Capitol to honor CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System’s 150th year anniversary!
The 86th Legislature of the State of Texas held a proclamation congratulating CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System on its 150th anniversary year and recognizing its significant contribution to the State of Texas as a leader and provider of quality, faith-based compassionate healthcare.
From its beginnings, our congregation committed to bring the healing love of Jesus, the Incarnate Word, to those who need it most no matter where they are. Today, we share the reflection of Pope Francis for the 27th World Day of the Sick, celebrated in Calcutta, India.
On May 3, 2017, I.W. Village Officials and Campaign Managers assembled the resident community for the presentation of Plans for the Expansion of the Ministry, complete with a Groundbreaking Ceremony and community celebration.
Sisters Care Ministry wins a State-wide award from LeadingAge Texas for Excellence in Community Service
I am very excited to announce that our Sisters Care ministry has won a State-wide award from LeadingAge Texas for Excellence in Community Service!! The actual award will be presented to us at the LeadingAge Texas annual conference and solutions expo in Austin on May 22nd.
By Precious Muskini, beneficiary of the Urban Clinic in Mongú Zambia.
By Patricia Pacheco Prado, Incarnate Word Associate, Road of Light Community, Mexico City.
We are happy to welcome returning missionaries Yvonne Moynihan and Kristen Amaro, who served in Chimbote, Peru for a year. We are also excited to greet the new Incarnate Word Missionaries: Selena Mitchell, Dianne and Mark Tribo, Emily Cavazos, Clionadh Murtagh and Anne Catherine Mora.