RAICES (Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services), a local non-profit in San Antonio, TX hosted a candle light vigil on Sunday, July 23rd in memory of recent migrant deaths.
Tag: San Antonio Texas
Incarnate Word Tricentennial Celebrations
How can the Tricentennial of San Antonio be our celebration?
The Work of the Incarnate Word and CCVI in 1869
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.
Local Women Represent SA at UN’s Commission on the Status of Women
A group of San Antonio women traveled to the United Nations’ Commission on the Status of Women conference in New York City last week to present on how leadership opportunities can combat inequality and gender gaps on local and global levels.
San Antonio prepares to Celebrate 300th Anniversary
UIW appoints Chair to steer university efforts for San Antonio 300 Celebration.
Interfaith Prayer Service on September 1st in San Antonio
Interfaith Inc. in San Antonio invites you to attend one of their two interfaith prayer services on September 1st for World Day of Prayer for Creation.
Longtime Educator, Nun makes Tutoring her Mission
It’s 4 p.m. on a weekday at Visitation House, and its 10 resident schoolchildren are at work with their tutors. It’s a busy place, but there’s anease among them, a comfort level that comes from time spent together. Some of the students are reading aloud. Some are spelling. Some are working math problems. Each team sits side by side, and Sister Ann Geever, 80, is in her regular spot next to Andres Garcia, 10.