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:
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.
November 20, 2019
The provincial team is pleased to welcome Meg Beugg as the new mission advancement associate for the United States – Canada Province, after having served the province in a temporary capacity.
As the newest member of the provincial staff, she brings with her a wealth of experience and Sacred Heart connections, as well as a great love for the mission of the Society of the Sacred Heart.
Bridget Bearss, RSCJ
November 20, 2019
Last January, I had the opportunity to hear a presentation given by Caitlin Morneau from the Catholic Mobilizing Network on the circle process of restorative justice. At that time, I recognized a synchronicity with the mission of the Society of the Sacred Heart and Stuart Center that resonated in a way that called me to action.
Molly McGettigan Arthur, Associate, San Francisco
November 11, 2019
Kristi Laughlin and myself, both Associates in San Francisco, California, met by chance on the streets, protesting the financing of the climate profiteers in downtown San Francisco's financial district on September 25, 2019.
November 7, 2019
The Society of the Sacred Heart strongly supports the statement of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious concerning the formal withdrawal of the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement. The statement reads:
The Central Team of the Society of the Sacred Heart traveled across the United States and Canada throughout their five-week visit. Take a look back on their visit through this video slideshow!
Updated on November 20, 2019
The pilgrims completed their 330+ mile walking journey from Mound City to St. Charles, Missouri, when they arrived at the Shrine of Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne on November 18. The pilgrims toured the shrine, prayed at Saint Philippine’s sarcophagus and attended Mass with the students at the Academy of the Sacred Heart.
October, 9 2019
A reflection by Rhonda Morley, Associate, Fairchester
Sunday, September 29, 2019
The Society of the Sacred Heart in the United States and Canada began – as so many American and Canadian institutions – with an immigrant. Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne left her home in France in 1818 with a desire to educate the poor, especially indigenous people of America.