Good evening. We are so blessed to be able to come together in person, with the Sisters and with our sister sponsored ministries, in celebration of the Feast of the Annunciation and Incarnate Word Day. We have not been able to celebrate Mass in this way for more than a year — and this fellowship has been sorely missed and greatly needed.
The Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word and the University of the Incarnate Word invited the entire Incarnate Word family to a Festival of Lessons and Carols aired on Christmas Eve, December 24, via Zoom.
A group of University of the Incarnate Word nursing students and graduate students have been stepping up to help treat the homeless for basic symptoms as other first responders are busy dealing with COVID-19 care.
By Sister Martha Ann Kirk, CCVI
The San Antonio Office of Communications & Development welcomes Ms. Vanessa Crispin as the new Coordinator of Communications & Development.
One of the first stories readers encounter in Genesis describes two migrants, Adam and Eve, leaving their first home and struggling to create a life in a new land. From Genesis through Revelation, the Jewish and Christian Bibles depict migration and responses to migration, and given the prominent role of the Bible in public life, politicians, thinkers, and migrants themselves have turned to those texts to think about just and appropriate immigration policies.
Nov 23, 2019.