Today, more than 20,000 people from 36 different countries around the world have chosen to join a Sacred Heart alumni association, supporting the Sisters of the Sacred Heart in the educational missions they are currently working on.
In the midst of the poverty and violence suffered by the Haitian people, our sisters continue their activities in Balan, and on April 9, they inaugurated the school canteen.
Our Superior General, Barbara Dawson, gave a reading at the Easter Sunday Mass celebrated by Pope Francis, held at St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican.
The Religious of the Sacred Heart in Barcelona have donated an extremely valuable 19th-century organ to the crypt of the Sagrada Familia.
Daphne Sequeira, who recently became a member of the Jesuit Advisory Committee for SJES (the Jesuit Social Justice and Ecology Secretariat), has written an article for them on collaborating with women, to celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8th.
On February 5, 2021, Federica Rossi Germani, Alumna of the Trinità dei Monti and Archivist for AMASC (Association Mondiale des Anciennes du Sacré-Coeur) was honored by the Holy See, which awarded her the “Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice” Cross.
On February 24, 2021 at 4:00 pm CET (Rome time), at a virtual event sponsored by UISG, Orbis Books and the Society of the Sacred Heart, Maria Cimperman, RSCJ will present her book, Religious Life for our World: Creating Communities of Hope.
Pope Francis added 4 new Ordinary Academicians to the Pontifical Academy for Life on Friday, including our own Margarita Bofarull RSCJ.
This creative collaboration features a five-minute music video of a song composed and sung by the Caritas Sisters of Jesus and edited by Yuka Arita RSCJ. The video is called “Our Common Home”, which is based on the message of Laudato Si’ and calls out for unity in a conflicted world. Yuka supplied the photographs in the video.
A group of students from the Sacred Heart High School for Girls in Taiwan has created a video with Lunar New Year greetings for our Sacred Heart friends.