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.
Region: Philippine Duchesne Region
"The reality of this moment is teaching us new things on many different levels.... Most important, we need to stay connected to each other."
As of 27th March 2020
In Haiti, all activities are suspended. They have distributed food to the children from the school.
In Cuba, activities are also suspended, except for breakfast for the elderly. That continues for their survival. Here there are many queues for getting food — but for now, they are able to get it.
In this issue of New Frontiers, we highlight different experiences of "being artisans of hope in our blessed and broken world."
Esperanza Calabuig rscj, Provincial of the The Antilles, invites RSCJ communities and the Family of the Sacred Heart to pray together for the people of Haiti.
The Stuart Center in Washington, D.C., hosted the Sacred Heart Global Citizen Program, bringing together 12 participants from Mexico, Puerto Rico and the United States. This year’s focus was "Ecological Transformation through Spirituality."
At the end of the 2017 Spirituality Forum, Margot Bremer rscj from Venezuela presented to Sheila Hammond rscj a precious treasure: a ciborium that according to oral tradition had been given by Sophie to Philippine in 1818 for the mission in the New World.
"What boat must we take?" by Esperanza Calabuig rscj (ANT)
"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."
A message from Marta Núñez rscj, provincial of the Antilles, after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico on 20 September 2017.