• Dear Family of the Sacred Heart, We believe that the truth will set us free (John 8:32). Our vows as Religious of theSacred Heart call us to seek the truth, and, once found, to grapple with its implications and challenges. Compelled by Christ, we are called to build the Kingdom of God where justice reigns. We can only respond to that call with integrity if we are willing first to pursue and confront the truth — most especially the truth of the injustices at the heart of our own story. 
  • Ten schools within the Network of Sacred Heart Schools, a network of 25 Catholic independent Sacred Heart schools and the United States – Canada Province of the Society of the Sacred Heart, welcomed new Heads of Schools and Presidents to their respective school communities this fall.
  • With sadness and with hearts full of gratitude for a life so fully and well lived in love, we share that Mary “Be” Mardel, RSCJ, died on October 4, 2022, at the age of 104.
  • The Mums of Alums of Villa Duchesne group presents the 2022-2023 Sacred Heart Spirituality Speaker Series: Part II: "The Eucharist: Transformation and Calling." Friday November 4, 2022: "Praying the Eucharist with Our Lives" by Barbara Quinn, RSCJ. Friday February 3, 2023: "The Eucharist: A Sacrament of Transformation and Reconciliation" by Sharon Karam, RSCJ. Friday, March 3, 2023: "The Eucharist: What Does It Impel us To Do?" by Lynne Lieux, RSCJ
  • “As educators for justice, we are committed to reflection, critical analysis and action in order to effect changes in the root causes and systems that endanger our planet and those who are most vulnerable. As we search for solutions we acknowledge the importance of listening to the voices of those who are most affected by the abuse of our common home. All our actions must be inspired by this spiritual and moral imperative.” — Being Artisans of Hope in our Blessed and Broken World, p.10