On February 1, the Congregation of the Sisters of the Charity of the Incarnate Word made a pilgrimage from different parts of the city to the sacred Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Tag: Religious Ministries
On May 25, the students in “Fifth Grade A” made their last social visit for this school year to the Saint Vincent de Paul Nursing Home, a place devoted to offering support to the elderly who cannot afford this type of service in other centers.
The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio opens its sixth pediatric primary care practice today in north east San Antonio, making its primary care network of physicians among the largest in the city.
El Puente – Hispanic Ministry participated in a special celebration with Bishop John Gaydos of Jefferson City, Missouri, on Sunday, August 14.
Our mission centers on making concrete the healing love of Jesus, the Incarnate Word; our ministries enable us to carry out this mission. The Gospels remind us that Jesus healed the sick; our hospitals, long-term care facilities, clinics and outpatient centers, and hospice ministries exist to deliver compassionate, high quality health care that embodies our values and respects the dignity and worth of each person.
A group of our Sisters in Mexico have supported senior citizens through excellent services in the field of biological, emotional, spiritual and social care. This is the story of Sister Martha Josefina.
Become aware of the story of our Sister Elizabeth Riebschlaeger, CCVI, who is an untiring activist working day by day for the care and conservation of creation.
As a Congregation, our Corporate Posture regarding human trafficking is calling us to work with decisiveness in the defense of human dignity. Our Sister Katty Huanuco, CCVI, gives us a calling to be attentive to this crime which is also present in social networks and in the internet as a means to attract people.
Our Sister Rosaleen Harold has a tireless energy and desire to help and protect the most vulnerable people. She has traveled busy roads and has done all sort of things to follow what her heart is asking her to do: respond to the clamor of God in the people.
When we run into Sister Pilar Neira it is almost impossible not to also meet and find other young men and women. She shares with them her calling to do more for society by empowering their faith, autonomy and responsibility. Read her story here: