I am privileged to be engaged in a mission that is connected to the Word -- reflecting on and sharing the Gospel with others, especially with women, allowing them to experience the God of Love. I have been helped by the Society of the Sacred Heart's contemplative outlook towards reality and the richness of our interior life.
In just a few days, the hospitality center of the parish in Zabaldika will once again welcome pilgrims who will walk the Way this year 2017.
Here are five photos of recent "significant moments" in the life of our communities, provinces, or regions in different parts of the world.
The 8th Workshop for Sacred Heart Education Institutions in Latin America and the Caribbean (RedLaC) was held in Casa del Almagro, in Argentina, from 23rd to 29th of October 2016.
This Advent, we invite you to share reflections that can help "to deepen our interior life, our capacity for contemplation and for listening to the heartbeat of God in ourselves and in our world." (GC2016)
The Society of the Sacred Heart lives on through the women who follow in the footsteps of Sophie. As we celebrate the Society's birthday, we share five stories of women who heard the call and responded.....
On the 2nd of September 2016, Isabel Solá, a Spanish Religious of Jesus and Mary (RJM), was fatally shot at a crowded intersection in Port-au-Prince. Matilde Moreno RSCJ shares how Isa fully lived her life "committed to and spent for love of a people whose land was her homeland during these last years."
On July 21-26, 2016, RSCJs and young people came together in Tarnów, Poland for “The Witnesses of Love,” the International Sacred Heart Youth Meeting before the World Youth Day.
I saw our “Houses for Elderly Sisters” as great thuribles, with precious incense rising up from them.... a humble and joyful supplication for the Spirit to act in the Society. We are collaborating well in the preparation and work of the Chapter.
"We are all concerned about immigrants, at international, civil and church levels: we see this in articles, apostolic projects, various discernments…. We could never have imagined what came our way in Chamartín, where all are elderly, with limited mobility: what could we do?" - Rosario Mendez rscj (ESP)