In this interview series with our newly professed sisters, we ask them what motivated them to become an RSCJ and how they are feeling at this exciting moment.
As we prepare to celebrate the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus on June 24, 2022, Superior General Barbara Dawson shares this message with all of us.
The JPIC Learning Hub has produced a Prayer Reflection Guide for the Feast of the Sacred Heart on June 24, 2022.
On Saturday, June 18, 2022, we celebrated with joy and gratitude the Perpetual Profession of our sisters.
In this speech given to the Stuartholme School in Brisbane, Australia, Sophie Howard, the school’s Cor Unum Captain, reflects on Saint Madeleine Sophie’s life and mission; how she has been inspired by her; and the qualities that a Sacred Heart education has given her.
Bang Junghye RSCJ (KOC) shares this prayer that she has often prayed in front of the Sacred Heart of Jesus statue on the Sacred Heart Campus of the Catholic University of Korea, where she has worked throughout the COVID pandemic.
Anita Nazareth RSCJ, from the Haregaon Community in India, reflects on what it means to be a RSCJ, and to be inspired by the love and mercy of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
The Province of Brazil celebrates the Feast of the Sacred Heart with these words and images that honor the creation of something new and becoming One Body.
On Wednesday, June 15, 2022, nine RSCJ, who are in Rome for probation (a period of intensive preparation for final commitment), received their name and devíse.
Judith Roach RSCJ (USC), graduated from Santa Clara University with her second master’s degree on June 11, 2022. Sister Roach, who is 87 years old, graduated with her master’s in pastoral ministry.