Our sisters from Warsaw organized a collection among the retreatants of our Sacred Heart Spirituality Center for Catholic soldiers in Ukraine: mainly rosaries, medallions and small pictures.
From May 5 to July 7, the Sacred Heart Institute for Sustainable Futures in Tokyo, Japan held the "Ukrainian and Russian Children's Art Exhibition" with the hope that the exhibition would help to spread the message of peace on earth.
Sisters from the community in Marki, Poland, share their experiences helping Ukrainian children adjust to their new home.
The goal of the “Our home, your home” project is to support Ukrainian mothers and children who have escaped from the war. We create a space with some creative activities and games so that everyone can forget their traumas and enjoy life.
RSCJs from our school in Tarnów, Poland organize help for families from Ukraine.
Nora Bourke RSCJ details the efforts RSCJ in the Ireland-Scotland Province have been making to help Ukranian refugees.
In early April, fifth grade students at Sacred Heart Greenwich in Greenwich, Connecticut (USC), organized a middle school bake sale to benefit victims of the war in Ukraine.
Erika Tornya RSCJ recounts what she learned after helping a Ukrainian family in Hungary.
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.