LCWR Urges Action to Protect Dreamers
The Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) shares the disappointment of millions of people across the country who had hoped and prayed that President Trump would continue the protection offered Dreamers by Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). DACA is a common sense path to stability for families, communities, and local economies and a reaffirmation of American values. Ending DACA will cause irreparable harm to families and communities and force 800,000 of our young people back into the shadows.


watercolor by Min-Ah Cho, Novice of the Society of the Sacred Heart, USC Province
Prior to the noviceship, I certainly did not anticipate that the interior work of the noviceship would bring me into such acutely vulnerable places of my heart. In no way did I ever surmise how visceral it would be to face my naked self in those places into which God draws me. The soreness of encountering my shadow, however, is not all that I did not know about the noviceship. I also did not imagine the impact of grace—how deeply it touches my heart and urges me to connect to God’s beauty in people.

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For Your Prayers

Financial Debt

Please help me in praying that all my debts will be paid already including all my mortgages in the bank and my land be sold with a higher profit this month as I am sick. Please my brothers and sisters in Christ I am begging all of you to pray for me. Blessings and love, Blanquita

Business guidance

Please pray that the business I'm partnered with  will flourish and be successful. We currently are facing quite a few obstacles. This may be the toughest time we have faced, but regardless feel confident that we will succeed. Thank you for your time and prayers.

When we have lost neither heaven nor hope, what else matters?

St. Madeleine Sophie Barat


2015 Jubilarian, Celebrating 60 Years as a Religious of the Sacred Heart Kathleen Sullivan, RSCJ was destined to be an educator. As a child, she would come home from school, line up her dolls, and teach them everything she had learned in class that day. From her home classroom to grade schools to universities, Sister Sullivan has shared her love for learning and mathematics with countless students of all ages.