Art appreciation is an important part of Sacred Heart education in Taiwan. Through art, we provide the students with an opportunity to discover and express the beauty of life around them.
As of 31 March 2020
Dear Sr. Barbara, thank you for your letter telling us about the situation of our Sisters in different parts of the world concerning this COVID-19 pandemic! Also we are very relieved and grateful that you all arrived safely at the Mother House.
Here in Taiwan, we are also careful and are following the government policy regarding the coronavirus. Our Sacred Heart schools are going on as usual, even though classes opened two weeks later than scheduled, and they are all very careful and working hard not to let this coronavirus enter the campus.
"The reality of this moment is teaching us new things on many different levels.... Most important, we need to stay connected to each other."
As of 27th March 2020
We are very grateful for your encouraging letter to all sisters written on March 25. We are going to share it with our mission partners after translating into Korean. I think the questions you gave will be very helpful for us to reflect on the past two months we spent in quarantine time because of the epidemic COVID19 and also on the coming days that we have to live and which we can’t predict.
On Sunday, 26th of January 2020, we celebrated with joy and gratitude the PERPETUAL PROFESSION of our sisters.
Nine RSCJ, who are in Rome preparing for their final commitment, received the name and devíse that will accompany them as they live their vocation into the future.
A week before their final profession ceremony, the Probation Community expressed their gratitude to the Villa Lante Community for their warm hospitality, prayers, and presence during these last five months of preparation for their definitive commitment.
Even the darkness will not be dark for you; the night will shine like the day, for the darkness is as light to you. (Psalm 139:12)
Prayer to Mater from Taiwan
A prayer to Mater from Korea