We have great and excellent news that we want to share with you. Last May, the Board of Directors of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation approved an application for support made by our Congregation for our Catholic Sisters Inter-Congregational Network for migrants and the economic empowerment of youth and families project.
The Migrant, Immigrant and Refugee Network is part of the CCVI counterproposal to the globalization of indifference that denies the dignity of people and criminalizes people who seek a dignified and safe life for themselves and their families.
We are proud to share an excellent Letter to the Editor by Martha Ann Kirk on the treatment of Haitian refugees at the U.S.-Mexico border that was published in the San Antonio Express-News on 10/2/2021.
Article published at the Catholic Health Association of the United States (CHA) webpage, by Julie Minda with the CCVI participation of Sr. Katty Huanuco (JPIC) and Martha Quiroga (CCVI Comm).
We have wonderful and exciting news to share with you!
We are glad to invite you to visit the Angels Unawares sculpture in San Antonio.
The CCVI Migrant, Immigrant, and Refugee Network in order to promote educational opportunities that broaden current and historical perspectives of the global migration crisis and the people impacted by movement and upheaval, presents a series of Webinars entitled: “Globalizing Compassion, Cooperation and Solidarity”. “Human dignity knows no borders”, was the second webinar focusing on Pope Francis’ teaching on immigration at Fratelli Tutti.
Praised be the Incarnate Word, Amen!
Within the framework of the congregational network group on Migrants, Immigrants, and Refugees, the eight CCVI schools in Mexico, called a contest under the inspiration of the encyclical Fratelli Tutti to invite the family of the Incarnate Word and the entire community to participate in the next webinar on February 24, with the title “A Heart Open to the Whole World”.