The probation community has arrived safely in Joigny. We thank you for your prayers. We will begin our long retreat on Monday, the 21st of March, we humbly ask for your prayers again for this wonderful time.
On February 26-27, 2022, thirteen RSCJ gathered in front of their computers to share the Spirituality of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Eight PTVs participated in the meeting.
Our hearts go out to the courageous men, women and children of Ukraine who are facing unprovoked violence and hardship. We are united too with the many Russians around the world who want peace and condemn this war.
In 1806, Sophie Barat travelled to Poitiers with Henriette Girard. Here they opened the first Sacred Heart novitiate with Lydie Chobelet, Josephine Bigeau, and Thérèse Maillucheau.
On January 1, 2022 the International English-Speaking Novitiate in Chicago began a new and exciting adventure welcoming the novices of Europe who will be with us for their novitiate
It is with deep gratitude that the General Council says good-bye to Isabelle Lagneau (BFN), thanking her for her five years of generous service on the General Council. At the same time, they welcome Anne Corry (ANZ), who is joining the team as General Councilor.
The Planning Committee for the 6th International Sacred Heart Conference wishes to share the exciting keynote address, Taking Care Of our Common Home, prepared by Isabelle Lagneau, RSCJ (from the JPIC Learning Hub).
Thank you for joining us at the mass on November 21, to celebrate the Feast of Christ the King and the foundation of the Society 221 years ago. If you missed it, you can watch a recording of the Mass on YouTube, by clicking on the video below.
This watercolor was painted in 2007 by Sophie Maille RSCJ.
On August 19-21, eleven European PTVs (Professed of Temporary Vows) and their five formators came together on Zoom to deepen their understanding of living the vow of chastity.