Sacred Heart in Puerto Rico by Lolin Menendez, RSCJ
The United States – Canada Province has established a significant Crisis Fund to help alleviate the suffering and devastation caused by hurricanes, earthquakes, and wild fires in our province and beyond. We hope to continue to grow this fund so that we have funds available to be distributed in a timely fashion after a disaster. We invite your participation in this special funding need.


This Year of Prayer celebrates the missionary journey of Philippine Duchesne and her four companions from France to the New World, thus beginning the internationality of the Society of the Sacred Heart, now in 41 countries. Click here to see the weekly reflections and to download a special journal for the year.

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For Your Prayers

Healing for appendix cancer

Healing for appendix cancer - Please pray for Barbara undergoing a major operation on November 15th for her appendix cancer. Pray that her body is healed of cancer.

protection and healing

Please pray for the Intercessors of the Trinity core team and their families for their  protection against all evil (spiritual warfare). Place us underneath his shield (Psalm 91) for spiritual protection.   Pray for all the intentions of those that come to our prayer group  each Tues evening.   Special prayers for:   (1) Carole–stage 4 metastatic ovarian cancer  (2) Eileen–ALS  (3) Jim–cancerous spots/tumors on his liver  (4) Kerby Family–for protection for all family members  (5) Jean–lung cancer   (6) Ken-cancer–to remain in remission  (7) Coni–tumor behind pituitary gland.

Keep on then like the sunflower, turning towards the true Sun of Justice so as to enter ever deeper into the prayer of simplicity.

St. Madeleine Sophie Barat


Born in Nagasaki, Japan, Kinue Matsuzaki, RSCJ, known as Sister Matsu, joined the Society of the Sacred Heart in 1947 in Tokyo and devoted her energies to education. She came to the United States for the first time in 1962, where she baked up to eighty pies a day at Kenwood (!) – and also began to study art.