• The latest links for information on the synod, its participants, and Maria Cimperman, RSCJ, who will be in attendance at the synod.
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    In 2018, the Society of the Sacred Heart organized a Global Service Day in honor of Rose Philippine Duchesne's arrival in North America in 1818. It was a concrete experience of how it is possible to create “a wave of grace around the world.” This year we invite the Family of the Sacred Heart to participate in a JPIC (Justice, Peace, and Integrity of Creation) Global Service Day, which we hope to celebrate each year going forward on the feast of Mater Admirabilis, October 20.
  • Sister Lucy Hayes stands to be recognized after Meg Brudney announced the dedication of the Duchesne sacristy  in her honor.
    A historic moment unfolded at Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart as the Duchesne Chapel was dedicated, and its brand-new altar was blessed. This significant event, held during the school's annual Alumnae Reunion Weekend, marks a milestone in the school's history. Duchesne welcomed several distinguished guests, including Religious of the Sacred Heart Sisters Suzanne Cooke, Sheila Hammond, Lucy Hayes, and Nancy Kehoe.
  • “Belong & Act as One: Discovering our SacredHeartDNA” is the story of a great adventure; a journey of courage, of will, and above all, of love. Directed by the SacredHeartDNA program, the “Belong and Act as One” event unfolded in a transformative journey across the picturesque cities of Rome and Lisbon, where participants explored their shared heritage, beliefs and dreams as members of the Sacred Heart family.
  • The Society of the Sacred Heart United States – Canada Province publications committee is delighted to announce the publication of the long awaited Transformed: One Congregation’s Response to the Second Vatican Council and the Calls of the World.