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.
St. Elizabeth Adult Day Care Center (SEADCC) became a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word San Antonio, in December 2018. At a beautiful ceremony attended by all the CCVIs and the Sisters of the Most Precious Blood of O’Fallon, Missouri, Sr. Janice Bader, CPPS General Superior, entrusted the ministry to Sr. Teresa Maya, CCVI Congregational Leader.
Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word and Headwaters at Incarnate Word sign a Conservation Easement agreement with Green Spaces Alliance of South Texas
PRESS RELEASE, Friday, July 24, 2020.
The daycare centers at the “Misericordia y Ternura” and “Senderos de Servicio” Communities celebrated “SENIORS’ DAY” on August 28th, enlivened by the presence of Willy the Magician.
“Every time I remember you, I thank my God…” these words from St. Paul to the Philippians come to my mind very often, because the Hispanic Community of the small town of California Missouri, makes them resonate in my heart.
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.
The Office of Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation (JPIC) for the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word extend our deepest sympathies to all those impacted by the most recent school shooting in our country, this time in Santa Fe, TX. As a Congregation that seeks to incarnate the healing and saving love of God in the world, we stand strong in our commitment to Gospel nonviolence and lament the rampant and senseless violence plaguing our society today.
Sister Maria Cristina Vargas’ Experiencies in Zambia, by Carlos Gutiérrez Bracho
Women’s Global Connection invites you to a special presentation to learn more about cross-cultural experiences that can enrich your learning and life… no matter what age or stage of life you’re in!
A few weeks ago, Tere Dresner-Salinas and Faith (Toni) Myers, both members of the Women’s Global Connection team, traveled to Tanzania to deliver workshops to the women of BUWEA in Dar es Salaam in capacity bulding at the Childcare Center and conduct training with women’s groups, including a mom’s group from the Hekima School.