Hearts on Fire 2014-15 Mission Advancement Report
Thank you to our many friends and benefactors who share the Society of the Sacred Heart’s mission of making God’s love known in the heart of the world. The Mission Advancement annual report, Hearts on Fire, embracing the future with hope, is an expression of the life lived in the past year. We are grateful to all of you for making this future possible.  


Reflection for First Sunday of Advent
First Sunday of AdventAttentiveness, “Awake from inside” “Beware that your hearts do not become drowsy.”     ~ Luke 21:34 “Learning from Mary, who pondered all things in her heart, we try to develop awareness and a contemplative outlook that will help us to be thankful for the diversity, depth and beauty of the world and to feel the divine mystery within it.”      ~ Life Unfolding, p. 20  

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Nov 29, 2015
My Advent wreath: I am at our Provincial Chapter this weekend, where we are preparing for the Society's General Chapter next summer, whose theme is Life...
Nov 29, 2015
First Sunday of Advent: The word "Advent" comes from "Adventus", coming, and is about the coming of Christ. The Advent wreath began in homes and then...


For Your Prayers

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.

Please pray

Almighty and Merciful Lord, My PRO has to meet the Immigration in charge Officer in Qatar today or tomorrow (15th or 16th Sep 2015) to get permission for my Mom’s visa. Please enlighten the mind of the Officer to sign the paper and give strength to the PRO to explain the need. Lord, I also surrender my visa to Oman. Help Lord to get my visa at the earliest. Lord, please stop all the infighting of my parents. Please Lord Help our family prosper. Give us all the strength wisdom, guidance, govern us. Claret (Doha)

Above all remember that you are the most cherished object of the Lord's most tender love. May He convince you of that.

Janet Erskine Stuart, RSCJ


Everyone loves Sister Angela Bayo. But don’t ask her about it. She’s far too modest. She’ll say she’s nothing without the rest of the teachers, that she’s just part of a team, and she’ll subtly steer the conversation toward the merits of some other educator instead.