The parents of Guadalupe Moreno could not have known, when they named her in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe, that she would someday become a Sister and a servant of the Church and of God. According to Moreno, Guadalupe is the source of spirituality and prayer, “embedded in our hearts and collective memory of the people of the Americas. Many Hispanic families have immigrated to the United States carrying the image of Guadalupe in their hearts.”
With the Apostolic Letter “Patris corde” (“With a Father’s Heart”), Pope Francis recalls the 150th anniversary of the declaration of Saint Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church. To mark the occasion, the Holy Father has proclaimed a “Year of Saint Joseph” from 8 December 2020, to 8 December 2021.
We, the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, affirm the statement made by the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) regarding the tragic events of yesterday in Washington, DC. We join with the world in praying for peace after witnessing the violence and lawlessness in our nation’s capital. We are deeply concerned about the state of our country and the future of our democracy.
Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word and Headwaters at Incarnate Word sign a Conservation Easement agreement with Green Spaces Alliance of South Texas
PRESS RELEASE, Friday, July 24, 2020.
“We identify ourselves as a congregation that can become a channel for people who want to help with this migration crisis”, said Sr. Adriana Calzada Vazquez, CCVI.
Catholic high schools use 3D printers to make parts for face shields
Sr. Kathleen was recently honored by the newspaper Corpus Christi Caller.
CCVI Sisters’ mentions in Press during November 2019.
Fall marks first time paid pros will perform as the congregation nears 150th anniversary.