Those who are the most poor have taught me the ways of Jesus. They've taught me how to be, how to welcome, about the value of the simple things in daily living, about the sacred, about the human. I continue to try bringing about the mission of Jesus and the Kingdom, through living simply with those who are the most poor, through being a sister, and through popular education. May those who are poor and those who are young continue to be my passions and may they continue to challenge me, inviting me ever onward as I follow Jesus.
Region: Philippine Duchesne Region
"In the spirit of our 'Cor Unum' I would like to share with you my experience of making my retreat with all the sisters of my province of Argentina-Uruguay." ~ Silvana Ferez rscj
Here is a slideshow of photos taken by Margaret Phelan rscj and Ana María Uribe rscj during the ceremony of Final Profession at the Villa Lante in Rome.
Thirteen Religious of the Sacred Heart received the name and devise which reflect their experience during their period of preparation for perpetual profession and which will accompany them individually and as a group as they live our vocation into the future.
Sacred Heart School in Paso Carrasco celebrated 50 years. Three words express the experience: emotion, thanksgiving and commitment!
Sacred Heart School in Paso Carrasco celebrates 50 years: "We celebrate life, we keep growing."
On Saturday, 20 September 2014, 13 RSCJ were welcomed by the General Council to the English-Spanish probation at the Villa Lante in Rome.
The best thing of each journey is getting to know what we don’t know, finding out what we haven’t yet experienced and learning from everything we see and hear. This is exactly what I experienced in November, when the Network invited me to the Latin American and the Caribbean forum that took place in Lima, Peru.