• The Society of the Sacred Heart United States – Canada Province publications committee is delighted to announce the publication of the long awaited Transformed: One Congregation’s Response to the Second Vatican Council and the Calls of the World.
  • In May 2023, six young adults and Diane Roche, RSCJ, participated in El Camino de Santiago (The Way of St. James) spiritual pilgrimage in Spain. The group walked a portion of the Camino route called "The English Way," walking for one week from the city of Ferrol in northwest Spain to the tomb of St. James within the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. This trip was organized and sponsored by SacredHeartDNA, a young adult initiative of the United States – Canada Province. 
  • In this 20th anniversary issue of Heart magazine, we take a look back at the origins of Heart and explore, today, the many ways the Religious of the Sacred Heart (RSCJ) are living and building the future of the Sacred Heart mission with and across different generations.
  • “Mother” is a particularly resonant term for the Sacred Heart family. It recalls not only the title used by choir religious before the changes of the 1967 Special Chapter, but the love and devotion so central to Sacred Heart education and spirituality. The symbolic power of “mother” is so substantial that we may even forget that, in the case of women religious, it can also be literal.
  • Kenwood convent and school building  c. 1990s
    On the evening of Thursday, March 23, 2023, a fire broke out and consumed the former Society of the Sacred Heart convent and school at Kenwood in Albany, New York. The Kenwood property had a long and storied history in the Society.