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.
By Sr. Sarah Lennon, CCVI.
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.
Our CCVI Sister Pauline Nugent, Professor of Classical Languages at the Missouri State University, was invited to Oxford, UK, to give a presentation on Women’s Leadership Issues.
By Sr. Mirella Neira and Sr. Angelita Hernandez, CCVI International Formation Team.
We share the photo gallery of the Christmas Eve and Christmas celebration in Mexico City.
The 150th Anniversary of the foundation of the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, December 8, 2019.
By Archbishop Gustavo García Siller, Archdiocese of San Antonio, Texas. December 3, 2019.