October 4, 2021
September 16, 2021
Ahead of the 107th World Day for Migrants and Refugees on September 26, 2021, we the undersigned Catholic organizations reach out in shared faith to urge you to end the use of Title 42 immediately. In his recent encyclical Fratelli Tutti, Pope Francis offers us two paths for the future, writing: “Once this health crisis passes ... God willing ... we will think no longer in terms of ‘them’ and ‘those,’ but only ‘us.’”
September 10, 2021
Back in January, RSCJ from around the world were asked what new initiatives they are pursuing in their provinces, and what kind of future they dream of for the Society.
In this series of videos, you will be able to hear their answers, learn more about what our sisters are doing in every corner of the world, and get an idea of what our future might hold!
September 6, 2021
On September 3, Sister Osiek preached on the Feast of Saint Phoebe. The video is hosted by the the Catholic Women Preach project presented by Future Church.
July 21, 2021
Learn more about the Sacred Heart Olympians and staff from around the world present at the Tokyo Games.
July 20, 2021
On July 10, 2021, Ruth Cunnings, RSCJ, professed her first vows in the Society of the Sacred Heart. The vow ceremony and liturgy, which took place at the Shrine of Saint Philippine Duchesne in St. Charles, Missouri, were live-streamed for friends, family and RSCJ who could not be present.
July 19, 2021
The Society of the Sacred Heart, United States – Canada Province, wholeheartedly supports the July 13 statement from the Cuba Conference of Religious, who have affirmed the right of Cubans to express their desire for a better life through peaceful protests. Our hearts go out to the people of Cuba, including our religious there, who are struggling for the basic necessities of life in the midst of a continuing surge of COVID-19 deaths.
July 16, 2021
For Catholic women, the reforms of Vatican II and the promises of the equal rights movement in this country created a perfect storm for a profound change of habit.
We’re not just talking clothes here. What transpired was much more than allowing nuns to shed those formal headpieces and flowing tunics that reached down to their sensible shoes.
June 14, 2021
Books by Mary E. McGann, RSCJ, and Maria Cimperman, RSCJ, received first place awards from the Catholic Media Association's 2021 Book Awards. Sister McGann's book, The Meal That Reconnects: Eucharistic Eating and the Global Food Crisis, and Sister Cimperman's book, Religious Life For Our World: Creating Communities of Hope, earned first place recognition in the categories of Catholic Social Teaching and Future Church, respectively.