A day after Typhoon Ulysses wreaked havoc on many places in the Philippines, Bethanie Sulleza rscj went to one of the areas that was seriously affected by the flood. She reports here what she saw.
The Philippines, which is still reeling from the last typhoon (Rolly), has been hit by yet another one (Ulysses). International media will show more photos, but here we share a few that were taken by those closest to us.
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."
As of 27th March 2020
I hope you are all fine, with the Central Team recovering from their epic journey home! Thank you, Barb, for encouraging us as One Body to share news of each other, across the Society. I was actually already thinking of sending our modest newsletter beyond the ASIANZ group, because I was feeling this need to know how all our sisters are doing.
Light shines in darkness....
Pilar Jiménez Martín, a teacher at the Sacred Heart School in Granada, shares about her four-week experience in the Philippines as a volunteer sent by the "Proyecto de Voluntariado Norte Sur" of the Province of Spain.
Twenty RSCJ from twelve countries have met in Sophie’s birth place for a six-week Renewal Programme.
On the 22nd of August 2019 the Society of the Sacred Heart marked its 50th year of presence and mission in the Philippines.
Lucine was a volunteer sent to the Philippines by Volontariat International Sacré-Coeur of the BFN Province.