On this feast of Mater Admirabilis, we share two stories of a YES to God's call and invitation.
Region: Philippine Duchesne Region
"Being privileged to have care, education, health, and opportunities to grow and enjoy life led me to listen to what God wanted of me, to open myself generously to the needs of others in my country and in the Church.... Gradually my life was founded on two pillars: God, and the poor. The Gospel, the Beatitudes especially, were for me a call to announce that nearness of a consoling God in the midst of so much suffering that the poor lived during those years in Chile and in most of Latin America."
The Religious of the Sacred Heart in the community of Michaihue, Chile, has had a memorable week as part of this yearlong celebration of 150 years of our school in Concepción.
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.
On Saturday, 20 September 2014, 13 RSCJ were welcomed by the General Council to the English-Spanish probation at the Villa Lante in Rome.
Guille Luza and Doris Villegas, RSCJ of the Province of Chile, share how the legacy of Ana du Rousier remains alive after 160 years.....
Quena Valdés rscj (Chile) invites us to make ours the look of Jesus which enables us to recognise the greatness of the love of God that is present in the world and will lead us to live in a new and renewed way.