• Learn more about the Sacred Heart alumnae competing in the Olympics in Tokyo this summer.
  • On July 10, 2021, Ruth Cunnings, RSCJ, professed her first vows in the Society of the Sacred Heart. The vow ceremony and liturgy, which took place at the Shrine of Saint Philippine Duchesne in St. Charles, Missouri, were live-streamed for friends, family and RSCJ who could not be present. Watch a video recap of the liturgy below.
  • The Society of the Sacred Heart, United States – Canada Province, wholeheartedly supports the July 13 statement from the Cuba Conference of Religious, who have affirmed the right of Cubans to express their desire for a better life through peaceful protests. Our hearts go out to the people of Cuba, including our religious there, who are struggling for the basic necessities of life in the midst of a continuing surge of COVID-19 deaths.
  • For Catholic women, the reforms of Vatican II and the promises of the equal rights movement in this country created a perfect storm for a profound change of habit. We’re not just talking clothes here. What transpired was much more than allowing nuns to shed those formal headpieces and flowing tunics that reached down to their sensible shoes.
  • July 14, 2021, marked the 50th anniversary of our Oakwood Retirement Community, located in Atherton, California (on the same property as Sacred Heart Schools, Atherton). Opened on July 14, 1971, Oakwood is currently the largest Religious of the Sacred Heart (RSCJ) community in the United States – Canada Province. The Oakwood community plans to hold celebrations for this milestone anniversary in the fall. Did you know?