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.
We, the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas, oppose and condemn the unjust implementation of the “zero tolerance” immigration policies. Our values and the Gospel of Jesus Christ impel us to reject completely any policy that ignores and defiles the dignity of the human person and uses the most vulnerable among us for political purposes.
St. Anthony Catholic High School sophomores have raised enough money for the women WGC partners with in Tanzania to build yet another rainwater harvester!
CCVI together with UIW Celebrate San Antonio Tricentennial Festival Day on Campus: Mi Casa es Su Casa!
San Antonio is celebrating its 300th anniversary in 2018. The Ministries of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, including the University of the Incarnate Word, are proud to be a part of that history as we collaboratively honor our past, present and future during this historic celebration.
The Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word stand with our Bishops (US Statement and Mexico Statement) and other people of faith (Pax Christi statement) in expressing deep concern about the decision of the U.S. Government to send U.S. National Guard troops to the southern border with Mexico.
We are thrilled to invite you to the upcoming T’ai Chi Chih® Retreat hosted by our dear Sister, S. Alice M. Holden who is TCC Certified Instructor!
The Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, join with Catholic faith leaders throughout the country and others in expressing our extreme disappointment and disagreement with President Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. DACA has benefitted over 800,000 young people who are our neighbors, our classmates, our co-workers, our fellow parishioners, and friends. The decision to cancel this program will not only hurt and hinder the future of these young people who currently have DACA status, but also our communities, churches, states, and entire country.