Recent News

  • My Call Me Back: An app for discernment, social awareness and reflection

    "The digital revolution has generated a need and there is a place for and a call to religious life. Call Me Back is one way of responding with both a spiritual and mission orientation with a spirit of discernment for whatever lies ahead for Catholic young adults today."

  • Closing of the Janet Stuart Centenary Celebrations

    On the 11th of October 2014, the Province of England-Wales marked the closing of the Janet Stuart Centenary Celebrations with a Eucharist of Thanksgiving in the chapel of the Digby Stuart College.

    Silvana Dallanegra RSCJ, who wrote about this closing event in the ENW website, described the spirit that pervaded the gathering as follows:

  • Peace Education: Asia-ANZ Conference of Sacred Heart School Heads

    The Sacred Heart School Heads of Asia and Australia-New Zealand came together in Seoul, Korea on 29 September to 2 October for a conference on Peace Education.

  • "Puertas de Joigny"

    Pilar de la Herran RSCJ of the Province of Spain shares this collage of doors -- photos which she took while in Joigny. Dolores Aleixandre RSCJ offers this insight on the “doors" that closed and opened for Sophie and for all of us today.

  • An Exchange of Letters between Philippine and Sophie

    On this feast of Rose Philippine Duchesne, we read an exchange of letters between her and Madeleine Sophie Barat, written during the beginnings of the mission with the Potawatomis.

  • RSCJ at the UN: Consultative Status with ECOSOC

    After three years of review by the Committee on Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and lobby on our part, the Society of the Sacred Heart has been granted special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) at the United Nations (UN).

 
 
The times in which we live call for fervor, fidelity and generosity.
The heart's best security is to trust in God alone.
St. Madeleine Sophie Barat

REFLECTIONS & PRAYERS

"We are convinced that our lives, given in love, are the strongest expression of our spirituality. (General Chapter 2000)

Let us share, through prayer and reflection, through our different expressions and cultures, how we live this spirituality today.

PRAYING WITH THE WORLD

“The pierced Heart of Jesus opens our being to the depths of God and to the anguish of humankind.”  (Constitutions #8)