“United to the Incarnate Word, We Are Presence and Communion”.
The Gospels do not focus on the suffering of Jesus, but on his love. Jesus sweats blood in the garden, the place where lovers go! What was Jesus’ agony? That he was going to be abandoned. That’s a lover talking.
The Chapel’s Blog will be on retreat with Fr. Ron Rolheiser this week: “The Mystery of the Incarnation – Jesus, Church, Christians, and all others”. Each day, one thought, insight, prayer …. will be shared.
December 7th, 2019 found a group of Incarnate Word Associates from San Antonio communities, along with several vowed Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, gathered in the Madeleine Room of the Heritage Center for an Advent Retreat, facilitated by Sister Brigid Marie Clarke.
During the days of September 27-30, the Sister Jubilarians of 2020 from Mexico, Peru and USA, gathered together in San Antonio to begin the celebration of their Jubilee year. Sister Brigid Marie Clarke served as retreat director for the weekend.
By Sr. Teresa Maya – September 2019.
If there is emptiness in your heart… We want to share with you this invitation to Vocation Retreat next December.
The Education Team Pastoral Coordinator organized a retreat. 59 people attended, including sisters and catechists from different CCVI schools: Santa Catarina Educational Center, Instituto Miguel Ángel, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel Ángel de Occidente, Instituto América, Colegio Mexicano, Colegio Central, Instituto Hispano Inglés, and Liceo Cervantino participated as a guest. The participants arrived on Thursday, August 1, where they were received by the Sisters, who organized and led the retreat.