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From the Office of Social Concerns Celebrating Earth Day April 22ND
April 13, 2017

SISTERS OF CHARITY OF THE  INCARNATE WORD ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY GOAL AND VISION Our knowledge of the inequitable distribution of the earth’s resources for the poor of the world and the widespread destruction of the environment compels the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word to respect and protect the earth and to support… View Article

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Sister Mary Agnesita Brosnan Memorial/Morgan Humphries Scholarship Award
April 13, 2017

By Sister Mary Patricia Driscoll On January 31, 2017, at the Abe & Annie Sei-bel Foundation Wing at Galveston College, Sisters Rachel O’Keeff e and Mary Patricia Driscoll attended the Third Annual President’s Reception. Th e Reception recognized Donors and Scholarship Recipients. The Sister Mary Agnesita Brosnan Memorial/Morgan Humphries Scholarship was awarded to three students… View Article

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Diginity Health Hospitals Reach Schools during weeklong great kindness Challenge
April 13, 2017

by Angela Giacobbe Dignity Health’s Inland Empire hospitals, St. Bernardine Medical Center and Community Hospital of San Bernardino joined the Great Kindness Challenge, a nationwide kindness movement which challenges elementary, middle and high school students worldwide to complete at least 50 acts of kindness in one week. This is the fourth year Dignity Health has… View Article

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Light the Way Mardi Gras Scholoarship Gala
April 13, 2017

On Saturday, February 25, 2017, the University of St. Thomas, Houston, Texas, celebrated the Light the Way Mardi Gras Scholarship Gala. This fundraiser benefi ts student scholars. The University was founded by the Basilian priests and their motto, “Teach me goodness, discipline and knowledge,” is the underpinning of the Universities’ mission to educate leaders of… View Article

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INCARNATIONAL SPIRITUALITY
April 13, 2017

by Sister Marisa Revert Font, CCVI Incarnational Spirituality fl ows from the Mystery of the Incarnation – the mystery most central to our faith as Christians. Yet it took Christianity about 400 years to state it in an unequivocal way at the Councils of Nicaea (325 A.D.), Ephesus (431 A.D.) and finally Chal-cedon (451 AD)…. View Article

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Christus St. Patrick Foundation Honors Sister Ann Margaret Savant
April 13, 2017

On St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, the CHRISTUS St. Patrick Foundation held its Annual St. Patrick’s Day Mass and Grace Gardens Brick Dedication and Blessing Ceremony. Th is year, a brick was dedicated in honor of Sister Ann Margaret Savant. Sr. Ann Margaret served in the Admitting Offi ce at CHRISTUS St. Patrick Hospital, Lake… View Article

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