Our name, Religious of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (RSCJ), is not just a name; it is a description of who we are. We are called to discover and reveal the love of God in our world. We are called to make God’s love visible to others through our words and deeds.
As Religious of the Sacred Heart, we make four vows. The first three are typical for religious: poverty, chastity and obedience. But the fourth is a vow of education, and it is precious to us. It is not a vow to teach. It is to do all that we do with the heart of an educator. In all that we do, we try to draw forth from those with whom we are in kinship – student, patient, client or friend – the gifts and talents that God has given them.