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.
By Sister Martha Ann Kirk, CCVI
“In uncertainty, we are not called to be in control, we are called to have faith. ” St. John Paul II.
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.
After several months of preparation, on the 6th of February, the Intercollegiate games began, where 685 athletes met at the Miguel Angel Institute in Mexico City to participate in the disciplines of basketball, football and volleyball. The first contingent arrived at 9:30 AM.
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The 11th edition of the National CCVI Contest 2019 was held at our school Instituto Miguel Angel de Occidente, A.C. on the 29th and 30th of May,2019. This year has been special for us, not only because we organized the 11th Annual CCVI Contest but also for celebrating the 150th Anniversary of our Congregation; The Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word.
With our hearts full of hope, with our spirit full of enthusiasm, and our hands on the Mission, we had the CCVI Education Assembly 2019, from May 1 to May 4, at Villa Porciúncula in Tesistán, Jalisco. This meeting of the representatives of the General Leadership Team, the Ministry Council, the Education Coordination Team, the Sisters in the Ministry and the leaders of nine CCVI Schools, was very special and touching because we lived in within the framework of the 150th Anniversary of the CCVI Congregation.
As part of the closing ceremonies to celebrate 130 years of Colegio Mexicano, the educational community participated in the First CM Green Week in September, where various activities were carried out.
My name is Karla Moyers, I am a former student of Instituto Miguel Ángel in Mexico City and thanks to this, I am a fortunate and privileged daughter of the Incarnate Word since I was three years old.