I have a hard time focusing on my prayer because the topics for my final papers keep coming to my mind. I’ve had different ideas during the semester but some of them keep coming to my heart as a sign that those are the ones I have to attend.
I share with you here my experience of the Meeting of Religious Life from Indigenous Communities in the town of Machetla II (Diocese of Huejutla, Hidalgo, Mexico).
The afternoon of Thursday, September 21, was very special. The spirit of acceptance, gratitude, sharing, and celebration created the sacred space where the two communities in San Luis Potosí, Joy of the Annunciation and Road of Reconciliation, joined in an embrace.
September 12, 2017 marked the three year anniversary of our dear sister Dorothy Ettling’s passing.
Incarnate Word Missionary Reflects on the 1991 Murder of Polish Priests during the Shining Path in Peru
On August 9th, 1991, two young Polish Franciscan Brothers were killed, along with the mayor of the town, in Pariacoto, a small town outside Chimbote.
Our Sister Pat Kelley, known as the ‘Mother Teresa of St. Louis’ was honored in her home City of St. Louis for taking the most vulnerable under her wing during the harsh cold and summer seasons. EnergyCare, founded by Sister Pat, celebrates her service to the community, especially low-income households, the elderly, disabled and children.
The Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, an apostolic religious congregation, founded in 1869 in San Antonio, Texas by Bishop Claude M. Dubuis, a native of France and Bishop of Galveston, Texas, bear the title of INCARNATE WORD.
My name is Karla Moyers, I am a former student of Instituto Miguel Ángel in Mexico City and thanks to this, I am a fortunate and privileged daughter of the Incarnate Word since I was three years old.
A familiar Spanish saying defines the experience and worldview of Sister of Charity of the Incarnate Word Teresa Maya: Ni de aquí, ni de allá (“from neither here nor there”).