The Mass for the day of the Incarnate Word was celebrated in the garden of the CIW University in Mexico City, and this photo surprised us when we saw the ray of light that shone directly on the image of the Incarnate Word.
Tag: Our Stories
Ever since we come into this world, our mothers lead us to experience the love of God, giving us their affection and the food and tenderness we need to live fully.
If we could ask some students to reveal their experiences in the classroom, we would surely find some –victims of unprofessional or poorly trained teachers without vocation– who would be bored, feeling trapped in a system that fills them with irrelevant data and keeps them tied to their desks, as if they were ballasts.
A commissioning ceremony was held on Mon., May 6 at the CCVI Generalate Chapel as a special sendoff for upcoming WGC Immersion Trip travelers to Peru and Tanzania.
Praised be the Incarnate Word!
On Friday, March 24, 2017, the Educational Community of the Incarnate Word University in Bajío and the Educational Community of the Liceo Cervantino which is part of the University, carried out their 2nd Celebration of the Incarnate Word Day, beginning with the Eucharist at 10:00 am, officiated by His Excellency Mr. José de Jesús Martínez Zepeda, Diocesan Administrator Bishop and concelebrated by the Rector of the Diocesan Seminary Fernando Torres, who were supported by the seminarians and students as acolytes.
If we are alive, we are in relationship. We were created as social beings by a Trinitarian God, a God in constant relationship with the Son and the Spirit. When speaking about, or defining, a theology of fundraising, one must keep this image in mind. Questions begin to arise. How can I live in this community, in this world, which cries out for alleviation of hunger, of thirst, for a home, a country, and not be touched? Should I close my eyes to these expressions of need, saying that others should attend to them, should I listen to them?
As a result of her many journeys across the plains of Texas to seek support for the children at St. Joseph’s Orphanage, Sister Mary of Jesus Noirry earned the title of “Heroine of the Prairies.” She was indeed a person who gave totally of herself to help others, especially the children at St. Joseph’s Orphanage.
The year 1866 was a year that saw many in the United States suffering from the cruelty and ravages of war; southern states, including Texas, were especially affected by disease and extreme poverty.