The letter for the feast of the Sacred Heart this year includes a gift and a challenge as you receive the enclosed document, "Being Artisans of Hope in Our Blessed and Broken World."
Living Our Mission
"Trusting in the Creator Spirit that continues transforming the world, our commitment to JPIC impels us toward Being Artisans of Hope in our Blessed and Broken World in the contexts where we live and serve."
In his address to the members of the Gravissimum Educationis Foundation on 25th June 2018, Pope Francis said: "Only by changing education can we change the world." He then offered three suggestions that resonate with some of our concerns as Sacred Heart Educators.
In 2010, Sue Acheson rscj wrote this creative dialogue with Janet Erskine Stuart. On 19th August 2015, Sue was called by God to the fullness of life. She and Janet must now be enjoying a full dialogue in the presence of the God they both loved and served.
Olaya Mayans rscj and Patricia Hevia rscj share about the summer pastoral activity of walking part of the Camino de Santiago with 26 students from some of the Sacred Heart schools in Spain, three teachers, and another rscj from Congo.
The Religious of the Sacred Heart in the community of Michaihue, Chile, has had a memorable week as part of this yearlong celebration of 150 years of our school in Concepción.
Sacred Heart School in Mexico City won 3rd place in the Eco-Schools WDA International Music Video Competition.
"What is transforming is the direct encounter with real persons, and the insight that comes when hearts are touched." Saiko Kobari writes about the impact of the exposure program to the Philippines of the Sacred Heart High Schools of Japan.
"Perhaps the most important lesson that I have learnt so far is the understanding that daily simple acts of kindness and care are acts of love." Violetta Zając rscj (POL)
Sacred Heart School in Paso Carrasco celebrated 50 years. Three words express the experience: emotion, thanksgiving and commitment!