As part of the celebration of Mater Admirabilis, the Instituto Mater Sagrado Corazón in Mexico decided to give a voice to the students from the different sections: preschool, elementary, middle and high school, as they recite the AMASC 2017 prayer to MATER, written by Pilar Frech, a member of our educational community.
Region: Philippine Duchesne Region
The Colegio Sagrado Corazón school in Mexico invited high school students to reinterpret the image of Mater in an artistic way, capturing the symbols that have been significant in their lives at school. One of the students also decided to write a letter to Mater, which we share along with some of the images.
To celebrate the Feast of the Sacred Heart, at the Colegio Sagrado Corazón in Mexico City we created a video with all of the students and staff that focused on the following question: How does your heart resemble the Heart of Jesus?
A student from the Sacred Heart High School in Mexico City writes a letter to St. Madeleine Sophie, relating how her legacy, her values and her educational philosophy are positively impacting students, even two centuries later.
With great joy we announce the celebration of Sandra Cayetano Victoriano, who professed her first vows to the Society of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Province of Mexico, on Saturday, May 7, 2022, at 1:00 pm, in the city of Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico.
Thank you for joining us at the mass on December 2, to celebrate the closing of the Special Chapter. If you missed it, you can watch a recording of the Mass on YouTube, by clicking on the video here.
Cecilia Rivero Borrell RSCJ has composed this song to celebrate the devotion of Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne, whose feast day is November 18.
At the Colegio del Sagrado Corazón in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, they have been celebrating Mater for 75 years by singing "Mañanitas" to her.
We want to join the Society in celebrating Mater. In our community we have a very beautiful statue and the sisters of the Casa de Mayores, in Guadalajara, prepared for her feast by sharing an invocation to the Blessed Mother who is so dear to religious, lay collaborators and all the alumnae and students of our schools.
Alejandro Rangel Hidalgo (1923-2000) was a Mexican artist and painter, furniture designer and blacksmith. His mother, Concepción Hidalgo de Rangel, was very devoted to Mater Admirabilis and her son gave her this painting.