In his message for this 52nd World Communications Day, Pope Francis addresses the issue of "fake news" and reminds us that communications is at the service of TRUTH.
"The writings of Saint Philippine... constitute a rich source of information about her missionary call and the sacrifices involved, the primitive life of the first years on the Missouri frontier, and the development of the Catholic Church and the Society of the Sacred Heart in North America during thirty-four years."
In the rainy morning of New Year’s Day, the 51st World Day of Peace, some RSCJ in Rome joined the “Peace March - Peace in all the land,” organized by the Community of Sant’Egidio.
Here are five photo-collages of images from some of the Christmas greetings we received from different parts of the Society of the Sacred Heart....
A session for the European novices was held from the 13th of November until the morning of the 17th of November 2017 at Lowendal in Paris.
Marie Jeanne Elonga rscj and Anne Corry rscj participated in the November 23 vigil for South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo, where there seems to be no end to the conflict and suffering.
Greetings and prayers are being shared from different parts of the world. We post some here in their original text.
With the joy of being in union with one another, sharing a common feast and a common dream of a better world, one that we make known each day in each elementary and high school, each university, each formation site, we greet you and share with you how we will celebrate this feast in the Saint Madeleine Sophie School/Secretariado Comercial Santo Domingo Savio de Caracas, Venezuela.
Here are five photos of recent "significant moments" in the life of our communities, provinces, or regions in different parts of the world.
"Three long weeks have passed since hurricane Maria unleashed its fury and destroyed us. Still we wake up amazed at the destruction that surrounds us.... We want to share how we have lived and are living these days in the three RSCJ communities in the island."