• Join us in our mission to be the love of the Sacred Heart in our world by making a donation to our annual appeal today.
  • The Season of Creation is the annual Christian celebration of prayer and action for our common home. Together, the ecumenical family around the world unites to pray and protect God’s creation. The season starts on September 1, the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, and ends October 4, the Feast of Saint Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of ecology.
  • The recent terrible flooding in Florissant, Missouri, is the continuation of a pattern that goes back centuries. In the early years of Rose Philippine Duchesne’s residence in Florissant, in order to get to the convent for Mass, the priest had to travel some distance across one of the two streams that surrounded the property (which is today the Old Saint Ferdinand Shrine). She wrote in the house journal in August of 1824:
  • The Provincial Team and the Stuart Center for Mission are pleased to announce and welcome Megan Wilson-Reitz as JPIC Coordinator for the Society of the Sacred Heart, United States – Canada Province. Megan will serve in her role at the Stuart Center for Mission based in Washington, D.C
  • Lynne Lieux, RSCJ, accepts a plaque of gratitude on behalf of the RSCJ from Pauline Edmond, alumna of St. Peter Claver High School and member of the reunion committee.
    For nearly 100 years, St. Peter Claver School provided quality Catholic education to African Americans in Grand Coteau, Louisiana. Its graduates became educators, clergy members, business owners, and the first Black female mayor of the town. The school and church complex served as an anchor for the African American community. This past June, the town of Grand Coteau held a reunion for graduates and friends of St. Peter Claver School.