They stand with and support us throughout the year. Now is the time to give these women the special recognition they deserve during this Catholic Sisters Week! This “Tea Time with the Sisters” event was held in their honor at our Alamo Heights Hospital. They also had several special visitors – Texas Cavaliers’ King Antonio and his court! They passed out Fiesta medals to the Sisters and others around the hospital.
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February 18, 2020, found the San Antonio CCVI assembled in Heritage Hall for an afternoon of Assembly presentations and sharings along with time for Q & A sessions.
On February 26, Sr. Tere and Sr. Peggy visited the Incarnate Word Academy. We share with you some pictures of this event.
The San Antonio Office of Communications & Development welcomes Ms. Vanessa Crispin as the new Coordinator of Communications & Development.
On February 1, the Congregation of the Sisters of the Charity of the Incarnate Word made a pilgrimage from different parts of the city to the sacred Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
From its beginnings, our Congregation committed to bring the healing love of Jesus, the Incarnate Word, to those who need it most no matter where they are. Today, we share the reflection of Pope Francis for the XXVIII World Day of the Sick.
Hello! My name is Keith Hitt and I am the new Major Gift Officer for the Sisters of Charity of The Incarnate Word in San Antonio. I am very excited about my new position and look forward to utilizing my nearly thirty years of experience in Not- For- Profit Fundraising to work with my new team to expand and grow the mission of the Sisters on a daily basis. My wife, Carol, and I moved to the San Antonio area in August, 2019 and really love the Hill Country and all it has to offer. Carol, who is a Registered Nurse with the Comal Independent School District, served as an emergency room nurse for 14 years at the Children’s Medical Center in Dallas before entering school nursing. She is currently in her 17th year as a registered nurse with Texas Public Schools. We are the proud parents of three children. Our daughter, Morgan is a Naval Officer and lives in Virginia, our son, Aaron lives in the Fort Worth area, and our youngest son, Christian lives in Lubbock.
Let’s ‘Meet & Greet’ Keith Hitt who joins the Development Office as the new Major Gift Officer for the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio.
The Village at Incarnate Word prepares for Gala in March. Join us for the celebration as we toast our honorees.
“The Compassion Tree Project” was highlighted by Mayor Ron Nirenberg at the Blessing of the Peacemakers and 25th anniversary of the Peace CENTER, January 26, 2020.