Book Launch for 'Seeking the One Whom We Love: How RSCJs Pray'
You are invited to join us as we celebrate the launch of our new book, Seeking the One Whom We Love: How RSCJs Pray. A gathering with refreshments, conversation and book signing will be held from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Thursday, March 3, 2016, at Society of the Sacred Heart Province Archives, 4537 West Pine Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63108. Books will be available for purchase for $20 cash, check or charge. For more information about the event, call 314-652-1500 or email info@rscj.org.


First Friday Reflection for February 2016
As you take a moment to sit quietly with this image, where are your eyes drawn? Is it the figure of Jesus on the cross, the various churches, the contrast of light and darkness in the painting, the depth of color? What catches your attention? What stirs your heart? God communicates to us through images, sounds, words, feelings, imagination and intuition. What is God communicating to you as you gaze at this image?

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For Your Prayers

Dorothy Hoormann RIP

Please pray for all of the Hoormann family. Dorothy Hoormann, Aggie Hoormann RSCJ's niece, died on Christmas morning of breast cancer. She had lived with her 94 year old father, John, who was at Mass when she died, but other relatives were with her.


Please pray for me and for my family

Please pray for me that our Lord Jesus Christ may bestow His divine mercy on me granting on me job security; May the Lord bless my family too granting upon us good health, healing and divine favours to the glory of His name, amen.

Grasp this fact clearly: Our Lord wishes you to become a great saint. He brought you into this little Society just to give you the means to doing so. You can do all things now, if only you are faithful to grace.

St. Madeleine Sophie Barat to Rose Philippine Duchesne


Helen Rosenthal, RSCJ, Honored as Woman of Conscience
“Do you love the Lord enough to go on missions for him?” asked the Mother General of Helen Rosenthal, an RSCJ in Rome in 1959. Thus began Sister Rosenthal’s 20-year journey as a missionary.