Bridget McDermott Flood
Many universities participated some years ago in a mass digitization of books out of copyright by Google. Catholic University was one of the universities, and they had Sister Helena Finck’s history digitized.
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Sister Feliciana Mejia, Director of Pre-Novitiate, is Pleased to Introduce and Welcome our Pre-Novice, Maria Del Carmen Ramirez
Carmen entered the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word on November 8, 2020, and joined the Emmaus Community in San Antonio, Texas. In her own words, she tells her story:
An important finding: the presence of Sister Leonor González, CCVI, in Diego Rivera’s frescos at the National Cardiology Institute (1946-1951).
Sister Pauline Fierro, CCVI is being remembered for Día de Muertos 2020 by the City of San Antonio World Heritage Office as a notable person in the history of the San Francisco de Espada Mission. She was one of a group of three Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word to start the ‘Espada School’ for the local archdiocese in 1915 at the mission. The other two sisters were Sister Emmanuel Phelan (born in Ireland) and Sister Simplicia Oeffelke (born in Germany).