Recent News

  • Sharing our website......

    A happy video from the Province of Poland inviting everyone to view rscjinternational.org.

  • Prayer Intention for April

    Universal Prayer Intention for April 2015:

    “That people may learn to respect creation and care for it as a gift of God.”

  • Sorrow Turns to Joy

    "You shall weep and lament, but the world shall rejoice, and you shall be sorrowful, but your sorrow shall be turned into joy.”

    BLESSED EASTER GREETINGS!

  • On the Merits of the Passion of Our Lord

    "My dear Daughters, we especially ought to have a profound devotion for these mysteries of the Cross, for as you know, it is in the last act of the cruelty exercised on the revered body of the Savior that our Society was born...."

    St. Madeleine Sophie Barat

  • The Institution of the Holy Eucharist

    "We can only comprehend the mysteries of the Eucharist if we are humble."

    St. Madeleine Sophie Barat

  • Wake Up the World! Celebrating the Year of Consecrated Life

    Maria Cimperman rscj reflects on three questions: 1) From what must the world awaken? (Wake up from what?); 2) What must the world awaken to? (Wake up to what?); 3) How shall you offer your charism very particularly this year to console and to rejoice?

  • The Impacts of Mining

    The Integrity of Creation Working Group of USG-UISG has developed this resource on The Impacts of Mining. Using the Pastoral Cycle (See-Judge-Act), this booklet provides an overview, presents reflections, and suggests resources, experiences, prayers, and questions.

  • Feast of St. Joseph

    For the feast of St. Joseph, Juliet Mousseau rscj shares Madeleine Sophie's conference to the novices in 1833.

  • To “touch” and to “transform”: The impact of the exposure program to the Philippines of the Sacred Heart High Schools of Japan

    "What is transforming is the direct encounter with real persons, and the insight that comes when hearts are touched." Saiko Kobari writes about the impact of the exposure program to the Philippines of the Sacred Heart High Schools of Japan.

  • Loving Isolation

    "Through all stages of our life our prayer invites us to the depths of God." (2008 General Chapter)

  • Ashes of Today

    "What comes to my mind this Ash Wednesday is not the soft and silky ashes made of the burnt palm branches of last year; rather the ‘Ashes’ made by the destructive forces of nature or by the wars and other forces by which we humans exclude others." ~Misao Shimamoto rscj (Japan Province)

  • Lenten Carbon Fast Calendar

    As we enter into the season of Lent, we offer this Lenten Carbon Fast Calendar shared by the CLRI(NSW) Social Justice Committee. Given our different contexts and realities, we may want to design our own Lenten Calendars.

 
 
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)