St. Elizabeth Adult Day Care Center (SEADCC) became a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word San Antonio, in December 2018. At a beautiful ceremony attended by all the CCVIs and the Sisters of the Most Precious Blood of O’Fallon, Missouri, Sr. Janice Bader, CPPS General Superior, entrusted the ministry to Sr. Teresa Maya, CCVI Congregational Leader.
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The Women’s Global Connection Peru trip is featured in Global Sisters Report today.
EL PUENTE Hispanic Ministry celebrates 20 years of service in Jefferson City, Missouri.
The daycare centers at the “Misericordia y Ternura” and “Senderos de Servicio” Communities celebrated “SENIORS’ DAY” on August 28th, enlivened by the presence of Willy the Magician.
From whimsical to profound. Always new, always creative. This is how a correct understanding or power and authority on behalf of the Reign of God should look like, including other characteristics.
The 2018 Women’s Global Connection Immersion Trip to Peru is in full swing!
WGC was honored to have been selected again to present during a parallel event at the Commission for the Status of Women (CSW) Conference this month in New York City. The CSW, headquartered at the United Nations, designated as its 2018 theme the challenges and opportunities in achieving gender equality and empowerment of rural women and girls.
Sister Maria Cristina Vargas’ Experiencies in Zambia, by Carlos Gutiérrez Bracho
As part of the Incarnate Word Foundation’s 20th Anniversary, RECON is an initiative to create opportunities to learn and engage in respectful discourse on race, religion, responses to violence and other topics that have historically divided St. Louis. Sr. Helena Monahan, CCVI, is directing this effort. On October 26, 2017 the Foundation hosted a Mayoral Forum, “Moving Toward Racial Equity in St. Louis,” at the Nine Network.