March 25 is the Feast of the Annunciation, the Feast Day of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word. Today, we gather together remotely, and pray for the needs of the world at this crucial and dangerous time in our collective history. At noon we will take together a minute of silence, and then recite the Angelus. Pope Francis has also asked that the whole People of God take a moment of silence at noon on March 25 and recite the Our Father. We join our prayer with that of the Holy Father’s.
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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.
This 8th of November, at Chimbote, we held a Conference of the Spirituality in Incarnation. We were accompanied by 160 people and it was, above all, a call for a great youth group.
Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word (CCVI) were called to respond to specific and urgent needs of the church in the historic moment of 1869. “Our Lord Jesus Christ suffering in the persons of a multitude of sick and infirm of every kind seeks relief at your hands.”
In this photo in the top, left to right: Carlos, Adrián, Rogelio, Marcos Jhonny, Father, Erendira, Adriana and S. Aracely Uranga
Below: S. Maria de la Luz Cardona, Berenice, Cecilia, Abril, Marissa, Nancy, Yesenia and Catita.
Praised be the Incarnate Word!
On May 2, the Holy Spirit Community had the opportunity to celebrate our monthly gathering with our dear Sisters in the Sacred Family Community and the Associates at Casa San Angel.
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We see our origins with tenderness, feeling the infinite compassion of God who is expressed when He becomes Incarnate. We listen to the clamor of those who suffer illnesses, who live in scarcity. Compassion always responds. We contemplate the figure of Claude Marie Dubuis, who was always willing and generous