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The Society of the Sacred Heart has been present in ministry in Albany since 1852. For decades, our noviceship, Kenwood, was located there. Kenwood also served as a school for many years. Forty-five Religious of the Sacred Heart serve in the area, including many in prayer ministry at Teresian House. 

Sister Margo Morris featured in oral history book project

Sister Margo Morris at Sprout Creek Farm

Sister Margo Morris, RSCJ, is the president of Sprout Creek Farm in Dutchess County, New York. She has been involved in educational agriculture since 1982. She met with Brett Davis at Sprout Creek Farm to talk about her work at the farm for Davis' oral history book project about Catholic women religious.

Read the article posted by Global Sisters Report, a project of the National Catholic Reporter.

Judith Brown, RSCJ

“[Sister Brown] is a deeply compassionate, intelligent, and spiritual woman who is also competent, thorough, and creative… Along with her intensity, she has a wonderful capacity to laugh at herself. Her sense of humor is often self-healing and infectious… [Sister Brown] has a natural, intuitive gift for pastoral care ministry and her sincere and warm concern comes across loud and clear.”