Every continent in the world is impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. In St. Louis, remarkable crossroads between communities are emerging in the call to help sustain each other. Through their grant to Forai, the Incarnate Word Foundation is supporting a powerful connection that spans the globe.
Tag: CCVI Response
A group of University of the Incarnate Word nursing students and graduate students have been stepping up to help treat the homeless for basic symptoms as other first responders are busy dealing with COVID-19 care.
Every week, one Sister will share a reflection for these times of crisis. We invite you to share your reflections on social media by using the hashtags #CCVItogether #PrayingForYou #StayAtHome
Foundation’s support of health services outreach to the unhoused in the City of St. Louis.
By Sister Martha Ann Kirk, CCVI
On Thursday, April 23rd, some of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word joined some of their congregational peers in San Antonio, Texas and collaborated through videoconference. They utilized this time of collaboration to share and communicate through written messages their prayers for those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic along with emphasizing ongoing support for all health and medical professionals, who are battling this health crisis on a daily basis
If you drive by Incarnate Word High School on Hildebrand, you’re in for a surprise!
El Puente, CCVI Hispanic Ministry in Jefferson, Missouri, collaboratively carried out 500 mouth masks to distribute among the vulnerable population.
“In uncertainty, we are not called to be in control, we are called to have faith. ” St. John Paul II.
“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.