On Sunday, January 15, 2023, Olivia Eaker ’23 was recognized as Incarnate Word Academy’s recipient of the St. Louis Archdiocesan Martin Luther King, Jr. Model of Justice Award during a ceremony at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis. The award is presented each year to high school students who have demonstrated, through their attitude and their work, a commitment to serving humanity in the broader community. Olivia’s humble, optimistic, and dedicated approach to improving issues of inclusion within and beyond the IWA community made her the ideal candidate for this award.
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Attention! Students from the schools and universities of the Congregation of the Sisters of the Incarnate Word in the United States, Mexico, and Peru, the deadline for them to present your proposal for a project of actions in favor of women. Remember, this is an economic recognition that encourages you to move from words to action to work for a better and fairer world.
Independence celebration during Associates visit in Mexico City, and Sisters of the Sacred Family Community at Casa San Angel.
Last year the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word launched an award for their ministry of congregational education with the purpose of promoting new projects aimed at benefiting the broader community of women.
August 15th is the day that traditionally an Incarnate Word Sister professes vows. Last August 15, all of the Sisters in San Antonio gathered in St. Joseph’s Chapel to renew their vows and celebrate The Feast of the Assumption together.
We share with you some photos from the “Evensong” event held at the Chapel of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio on Saturday evening, August 14, 2022, in celebration of the Feast of the Assumption. The choir from St. Luke’s Episcopal Church celebrated this special event with our San Antonio Sisters and then joined them at a reception to follow.
“If religious women and laity drink from the same well, if we take root in the charism, we will be able to water the field of the Mission with the same water.”
Incarnate Word Sisters Christi Sanchez and Marylou Rodriguez and four other Sisters travelled to Laredo on Thursday to participate in an inter-community justice experience on the US/Mexico border. Everyone is grateful to the Hilton Foundation for supporting this project.
A lovely photo from the recent sale the Sisters had in San Antonio. These all hand-made items from Mezquital, whose population is composed primarily of the indigenous tribe known as Hñähñü. The project is two-pronged: providing pastoral formation and offering much needed community service in this isolated area. Its goal is to bring the populations of Mezquital and the surrounding pueblos closer together to create stronger ties with their faith community and the parish.