Nine RSCJ, who are preparing for their final commitment, received the name and devise that will accompany them as they live their vocation into the future.
More than 5000 young religious participated in the 2015 World Meeting of Consecrated Women and Men. As Josephine Mbayira rscj (UGK), one of the 16 young RSCJ who joined this celebration, commented: “Religious life is not dying!”
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.
The Sacred Heart School Heads of Asia and Australia-New Zealand came together in Seoul, Korea on 29 September to 2 October for a conference on Peace Education.
On Saturday, 20 September 2014, 13 RSCJ were welcomed by the General Council to the English-Spanish probation at the Villa Lante in Rome.
The Sacred Heart School in Seoul, Korea asks for our prayers for the speedy and peaceful resolution of this conflict.
Last summer, I had an apostolic experience at Saenal Study Center For Neighborhood Children in Bucheon. It was my second opportunity since I entered the Society. There are about 25 children and most of them come from poor families. Most of their parents are factory workers. Some children have only one parent, so they need to be taken care of by some adults during the day.