Read about the candidates and seekers in India.
Anita Nazareth RSCJ reflects on Madeleine Sophie’s prayerfulness and generosity, and recounts how she has inspired her.
Sr Mudita Menona Sodder RSCJ reflects on today’s humanitarian and climate crises, and how women are both disproportionately affected by and uniquely qualified to address these challenges.
In honor of the Season of Creation, Sr Mudita Menona Sodder RSCJ reflects on the state of the world and how Pope Francis’s apostolate of the ear, or the practice of listening and recognition, can address our modern problems.
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.
In honor of International Women’s Day, Dr. Mudita Menona Sodder RSCJ shares her reflection on growing up as a woman in a patriarchal society and some thoughts to empower girls.
After a year and a half of lockdown, we celebrated Mater’s feast with a Mass in the boarding school of St. Theresa Girls Hostel, where Sr. Rita Pinto RSCJ sang the hymn, "You have many portraits, Mother”.
One day, a thought captured my mind: to live for self is normal, but to live and do something for someone else is a gift from God. These words lingered on as I was choosing my way of life, and after I completed my studies, I joined the Sisters of the Sacred Heart.
Like most Catholic families, we had framed pictures of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mother Mary on the altar. I experienced a deep connection with the picture of the Sacred Heart; I felt Jesus was speaking to me and was often moved to tears with the depth of this connection.
Several times I heard my parents say “Tujekhoshi jau Deva.”(May Your will be done, Oh God) Somewhere this is rooted deep down in me and helped me in my discernment. I learned to wait for God to answer.