I share with you here my experience of the Meeting of Religious Life from Indigenous Communities in the town of Machetla II (Diocese of Huejutla, Hidalgo, Mexico).
The afternoon of Thursday, September 21, was very special. The spirit of acceptance, gratitude, sharing, and celebration created the sacred space where the two communities in San Luis Potosí, Joy of the Annunciation and Road of Reconciliation, joined in an embrace.
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.
The earthquake on September 19 shook all Mexico. Mexico City has more than a hundred families who are still grieving the loss of their daughters, sons, fathers, mothers or material goods that they obtained through hard work over the years, and no one could remain indifferent to the hope and pain of the most vulnerable and the earth.
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.
The Incarnate Word Associates in Mexico City and the Sisters in the Holy Family Community at Casa San Ángel visit the Chapultepec Lake in Mexico City.
In Mexico City, from June 14 to 17, 2017, the Apostles of the Incarnate Word and Sisters Presence from CDMX, Chihuahua, Jalisco, Morelos, Nuevo Leon, San Luis Potosí and Veracruz met with great enthusiasm and joy to carry out our VIII Assembly with the aim of “Celebrating the fraternal encounter with joy and united in prayer imitating Mary saying our “I do” again to the Incarnate Word, persevering in service, reflecting on the way and to choose the new IWAA General Team.
Our sister Bernadette Azuela (1931-2008) believed in social justice and lived accordingly. When we hear her name, we are reminded of her creativity, her prophetic witness with the poor, and her loving care for God’s creation. In this reflection, our sister Ivonne Ramirez shares with us a few of her memories of Bernadette, many of which continue to live on and inspire our ongoing actions and decisions for justice, peace, and the care of creation.
Here are some activities of the Exalumni celebration in several Mexico CCVI Colleges.
By Rosa María Cepeda G. AVE, Community of Saint John Paul II.