• We stand with our young adults of conscience, courage and intellect in seeking to build the Kingdom of God through actions of awakened truth, action and justice. As Religious of the Sacred Heart we believe social justice movements are the very expression of Christian values as modeled by the life of Jesus.
  • Jerry Tuckwin, photo courtesy of The Leaven/Jay Soldner
    On November 21, 2021, the Sunday following the Feast of Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne on November 18, the Archbishop of Kansas City, Kansas, Joseph Naumann, will honor Potawatomi Elder Jerry Tuckwin with the 2021 Duchesne Award for his three decades of leadership to native youth. This award is given each year to an individual/community who promotes Catholic education, vocations to priesthood and religious life and/or devotion to Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne.
  • Edited by John R. Peteet, H. Steven Moffic, Ahmed Hankir, Harold G. Koenig Nancy Kehoe, RSCJ, is the lead author of the chapter titled “Clergy-Clinician Collaboration.” Christianity and Psychiatry, published by Springer is a valuable resource for mental health professionals seeking to understand and address the particular challenges that arise when caring for Christian patients.
  • Religious of the Sacred Heart (RSCJ) and members of the family of the Sacred Heart worldwide gathered via Zoom on Wednesday, November 10, to celebrate the opening Mass of the Special Chapter, which was held in Rome at the Society of the Sacred Heart Motherhouse. The Mass marked the formal beginning of the Chapter.
  • By Lori Wilson, co-chair, Associates Leadership Team On the weekend of October 29-31, the Associates Leadership Team could have been preparing for Halloween, but instead, we engaged in a weekend together – virtually. The theme of our gathering was to “Harvest Hope” by reconnecting with one another, processing the graces of the summer Associates conference, and to let the goals for this year emerge from our hearts.