Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne: A Heart on Fire across Frontiers

'Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne: A Heart on Fire across Frontiers'

In time for its bicentennial celebration, the Society of the Sacred Heart published “Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne: A Heart on Fire across Frontiers.”

Two hundred years ago, Rose Philippine Duchesne set out across the Atlantic to establish the Society of the Sacred Heart and educate the children of the new world. Opening the first Catholic school west of the Mississippi, Mother Duchesne, known as “the woman who prays always,” crossed frontiers to bring faith, love and education to the new world.

The Mother's Rosary by Paula Capps

The Mother's Rosary

A group of mothers came together more than twenty years ago to pray for their children in the chapel of their school. Every week they gathered, praying the rosary fo the physical and spiritual safety of their children. The Mother's Rosary is the result of the love and devotion of these mothers. Now this book can serve as the catalyst for mothers to gather anywhere to pray for their children and to petition the aid of the Blessed Mother to help them be the best mothers possible.

Mission for the Emerging Future 2015-16 Mission Advancement Report

Annual Report, 2015-16

Our donors’ participation in God’s ongoing work of love through the Society of the Sacred Heart makes a significant difference – both now and into the future. Thank you for each gift to the province, as each gift helps to further our spiritual and educational mission and contributes to the care of our elderly sisters.

'Seeking the One Whom We Love: How RSCJs Pray'

'Seeking the One Whom We Love: How RSCJs Pray'

Edited by Kathleen Hughes, RSCJ, and Therese Fink Meyerhoff

This collection of essays features 55 members of the RSCJ sharing their answer to the most personal question: “How do you pray?” Their moving, personal answers provide an opportunity to look into your own interior life as they share how they move towards deeper communion with God.

'Louise Callan, RSCJ (1893-1966): Historian and Biographer of Philippine Duchesne'

'Louise Callan, RSCJ (1893-1966): Historian and Biographer of Philippine Duchesne'

Louise Callan, RSCJ (1893-1966): Historian and Biographer of Philippine Duchesne by Carolyn Osick, RSCJ, is available for purchase in print and as an ebook. Louise Callan, RSCJ, was professor of history and sacred scripture at Maryville College in St. Louis, Missouri, until her death in 1966. She was greatly loved by her many Maryville students.

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