Moment for Reflection

Moment for Reflection

The concept of wellness is based on the premise of obtaining a level of wholeness through several Dimensions of Wellness. Wellness is not solely based on our physical or emotional status, nor is it based on our condition of health. It is based on our individual...
Moment for Reflection

Moment for Reflection

By Dr. Bob Connelly, assistant to associate provost I continue to marvel at those first three Sisters who came to San Antonio in 1869, out of Christian service. What else must have characterized them: flexible, innovative, persistent, adventuresome, collaborating with...
Moment for Reflection

Moment for Reflection

By Sr. Joan I. Holden, CCVI, DMin As we travel through life, we occasionally encounter difficult people who, it seems, seek to hurt us and do us harm. Sometimes those hurts stay with us for a long, long time. What do we do with such deep and lasting hurts? Perhaps our...
Moment for Reflection

Moment for Reflection

By Dr. Bernadette E. O’Connor ’61 IWHS ’66 BA, professor emerita of philosophy As the good Valjean of “Les Misérables” lies dying, he sings the hauntingly sublime truth: “to love another person is to see the face of God.” As he expires, those...
Moment for Reflection

Moment for Reflection

By Sr. Teresa Maya, CCVI Sr. Teresa Maya was officially installed as the new Congregational Coordinator of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word on July 13. The Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word are called to make God’s love a real and tangible presence...