This video from the Philippine Duchesne Region shares the richness of our spirituality from different points of view, including RSCJ, lay and young people.
Communities from around the world send their greetings to celebrate St. Madeleine Sophie's Day.
Francisca Gyaviira Nakarera, a novice in Uganda/Kenya province, writes a heartfelt letter to her spiritual mother, Madeleine Sophie
Sophie's life of prayer, adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and living in God’s presence, were her first priorities.
Veneranda Nabisenke, a novice in Uganda/Kenya province, writes a heartfelt letter to her spiritual mother, Madeleine Sophie, inspired by the pierced Heart of Jesus
Based on what St. Madeleine Sophie wrote from Rome to Mother Eugenie de Gramont on September 28, 1837, the year of the pandemic in Italy, Trinidad Álvarez, rscj imagines how she might comfort us now
Over the course of her life, Madeleine Sophie discovered certain traits of Mary's Heart, which can be seen in her letters and conferences. Mª Luz Galván, rscj presents some fragments of her thoughts, taken from the 1846 Conference on the Heart of Mary.
On May 25, we will celebrate Madeleine Sophie in our community with the Eucharist, while the students of the school plan a “Sophie’s Spirit Day”.
Sophie’s life inspires me in many ways - her desire to make known the love of the Heart of Jesus, reading the signs of the time, her life of prayer, how she faced and handled difficulties.
Cellina Komweru, a novice in Uganda-Kenya Province, explains how Sophie’s life has inspired her to make known the love of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.