Last Sunday, April 3, the Sacred Heart family crossed borders to meet virtually with the sisters from Poland and Hungary.
In addition to the direct support that our sisters in Poland and Hungary are giving to Ukrainian asylum seekers, sisters in different parts of the world are asking how the family of the Sacred Heart can help. To this end, the General Council has created a fund to collect financial resources to support the victims of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict.
The JPIC Learning Hub has shared some news from our sisters in Poland who welcome Ukrainian refugees. Let's continue to pray for peace and act for justice.
Lolín Menéndez, with the help of the Society’s General Archives and the provinces of Poland and Central Europe, recounts the history of the Society in the Ukraine.
On February 26-27, 2022, thirteen RSCJ gathered in front of their computers to share the Spirituality of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Eight PTVs participated in the meeting.
Our hearts go out to the courageous men, women and children of Ukraine who are facing unprovoked violence and hardship. We are united too with the many Russians around the world who want peace and condemn this war.
In October, the preschoolers in Tarnow began learning how to pray the rosary.
Preschoolers in Tarnow keep the memory of Philippine Duchesne in their hearts by celebrating her feast day
The preschoolers have joined the action of monthly prayer, so they started praying for vocations at Society of the Sacred Heart. In order to be better understood, vocation was compared with the process of making bread.
This year’s feast was a chance for our pupils to show what Mater Admirabilis means to them.