• Religious of the Sacred Heart, Ann Johnston, RSCJ, died September 22, 2020, in Albany, New York. She was eighty-eight years old, and a religious of the Society of the Sacred Heart for sixty-six years. Ann was born on May 2, 1932, in Detroit, Michigan, to Joseph Andrew Johnston and Janice Alsup Johnston. She entered the Society of the Sacred Heart in 1954 at Kenwood, in Albany, New York, and pronounced her First Vows there in 1957. She made her Final Profession in Rome in 1963.
  • This position requires a self-starting, creative, problem solving and collaborative individual. The Director will increase awareness and understanding of the mission of the Society of the Sacred Heart, USC Province.
  • This moment in religious life is generating interest and energy around how congregations can adapt to what is been asked of us today in the cries of the world and cries of the earth. This book brings together God's call, the world's needs and charisms in consecrated life in a way that dynamically engages the vows, prayer, community and ministry for the particular time and contexts in which we live. Here is a valuable theological and pastoral resource for the conversion, transformation and revitalization needed in consecrated life today.
  • Our Lady of Sorrows, Villa Lante, Rome
    Hear me, O Lady of Sorrows … my heart has been cracked open … by all that tempts my disillusion …
  • As a person who was raised Catholic and a product of catholic education from kindergarten through college, I, no doubt, have been shaped by the Catholic faith, and this foundation informs my spirituality today.