Crises of unforeseen proportions, like the present pandemic, are bound to result in disruption and chaos. So the call this Easter is to lead from the emerging future.
When I look back at my life as a Religious of the Sacred Heart (RSCJ), I realise it is God who called me.
When I chose to answer the call to religious life, I experienced a great sense of peace and trust, knowing that God was very much at work in every obstacle that stood in the way of my choice. I can only marvel at all that God has done and is still doing for me.
It was at my First Holy Communion that the Lord Jesus entered my childlike heart and whispered to me: “Come follow me! You will be a witness of my love - to all peoples.”
My vocation story is like a fairy tale - all well-planned from the beginning to the end.
Rita Pinto (IND) and Sheila Smith (UN-NGO Representative) attended some of the virtual events that were part of the 75th General Assembly of the UN, and heard the incessant cry for collaboration.
Read about the impact of Covid-19 in Torpa, India.
THANK YOU TO THE SACRED HEART GIRLS from Bhokar and Haregaon, in Maharashtra, India and Sacred Heart School in Mexico City, Mexico, for your participation in Girls Speak Out!
As part of the celebration of the Season of Creation, we offer this slide presentation of some concrete actions taken to "care for our common home."
"The reality of this moment is teaching us new things on many different levels.... Most important, we need to stay connected to each other."