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Jan 22, 2020

January 22, 2020

Juliet Mousseau, RSCJ, and eight other RSCJ will profess their final vows on January 26, 2020. With great joy, we invite you to join us in thought and prayer as we celebrate their Perpetual Profession in the Society of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Those professing their vows are:

Jan 21, 2020

Since 1994, many RSCJ have served with the Indian people at the Soboba Reservation in Hemet, California. The last two RSCJ, Marianna Torrano and Adele Schroeder, acknowledge it is their time to leave this ministry to the care of others. They will end their ministry on February 1, 2020.

The community hosted a farewell celebration and reception to thank the sisters and the Society of the Sacred Heart for its over 25 years of service to the Mission.

Portrait doll of Eliza (Liza) Nebbitt by Linda Kato, RSCJ
Jan 21, 2020

by Linda Kato, RSCJ

Why this mission

I was drawn as a child of the ‘60s to the Society’s mission of making God’s love visible in the world, with a focus on education, human development and promotion of social justice.

Jan 16, 2020

This holiday is meant for us to remember. To remember Martin Luther King's stance on justice and peace – a message relevant for today. Also, it is a day to revisit his letter from Birmingham Jail. These three quotes below are just a sampling of his wisdom for us today:

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.”
― Martin Luther King Jr., Letter from Birmingham Jail

Photo by John Towner on Unsplash
Jan 14, 2020

Long ago, in a state far, far away from where I am now, I was in the backseat of our family VW, riding home from the original Star Wars movie, A New Hope, and looking up at the night sky, thinking … All of that is happening up there … maybe … but wow … what if it’s true??.

Jan 06, 2020

The opportunity to be a Virtual Associate is one that shows God’s love for us, and our love for the Sacred Heart of Jesus knows no boundaries. It is a reminder there are ties that bind us to others on this journey on earth.

Dec 17, 2019

The provincial team is pleased to announce that Caroline Richard has been hired as director of Petit Musée and Shrine of St. John Berchmans, located at Schools of the Sacred Heart at Grand Coteau in Grand Coteau, Louisiana.

Caroline first day will be January 6, 2020. As director, she will be responsible for, among other functions, oversight of the facility, researching and creating new displays in the museum, welcoming groups, training and coordinating volunteer docents, and collaborating with the committee preparing for the Academy’s bicentennial in 2021.

Dec 12, 2019

Edited by Kathleen Hughes, RSCJ

Dec 09, 2019

A reflection by Yvonne Chow, San Francisco/Menlo Associate

As I look back on my almost 20 years of Associate life, I am grateful that my life has been changed in these five areas:

Students working with RSCJ
Dec 05, 2019

by Brian Bell, Assistant Principal - Student Life, Schools of the Sacred Heart, Atherton

I teach a stained glass workshop course, and I worked with our high school art students over the last three semesters to fabricate a group project in honor of Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne. 

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