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Book signing at Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart in Miami, Florida
May 12, 2016

In early May, Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart in Miami, Florida, hosted a special event that was equal parts celebration, reunion, family gathering, book launching and farewell. The book, Seeking the One Whom We Love – How RSCJs Pray was introduced to the school community at a cocktail reception/book signing attended by hundreds of guests.

May 09, 2016

Congratulations to Cecile Meijer, RSCJ, our NGO representative to the United Nations, who received a honorary degree from the University of Roehampton.

Katie Ledecky SH Alum Named to Times List of 100 Most Influential People
Apr 21, 2016

Time Magazine announced its list of the 100 Most Influential People and Sacred Heart's own Katie Ledecky is on the list. A graduate of Stone Ridge, Katie is a an Olympic Gold Medalist and World Champion swimmer currently preparing for the 2016 Olympics. Read the full story in Time Magazine here.

Mar 23, 2016

The Global Sisters Report features an outstanding story about Carlota Duarte, RSCJ and The Chiapas Photography Project that she started in 1992.  Read the full story here.  

We have faith in you, St. Louis. St. Louis Catholic Sisters
Mar 02, 2016

St. Louis Catholic Sisters are launching a media campaign across metropolitan St. Louis featuring billboards with the message “We Have Faith in You, St. Louis.” The campaign, which coincides with National Catholic Sisters Week, March 8-14, 2016, is aimed at instilling pride in the community and a desire to work for its betterment.

The Sisters, who for generations have taught and shaped the character of so many St. Louisans, know that St. Louis area residents are up to the task of being more loving, less violent and better neighbors.

Mindfulness Retreat February 6, 2016
Jan 26, 2016

Join us for a day of mindfulness from 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Saturday, February 6, 2016, at Sophia House, 2542 Hilgard Ave., Berkeley, Ca 94709.

The day of mindfulness will include explanations of practices that help develop clarity of mind and the non-judgmental observation of experience as it unfolds from moment-to-moment.

For more information, please visit our Vocations website.

Jan 14, 2016

Convent of the Sacred Heart school in Greenwich, Conn., welcomed Barbara Dawson, RSCJ, the Society of the Sacred Heart’s provincial of the U.S.-Canada Province, to its annual prayer service Friday celebrating the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Sister Dawson was the guest speaker, and she talked about how the goals and criteria of a Sacred Heart education call us to live the principles of peace, non-violence and social justice.

The ever-popular Gospel Knights and the Vision Steppers returned to participate in the event.

Jan 14, 2016

The Society of the Sacred Heart United States – Canada Province is pleased to announce the launch of its new book: Seeking the One Whom We Love: How RSCJs Pray. This collection of essays features 55 members of the RSCJ sharing their answer to the most personal question: “How do you pray?” Their moving, personal answers provide an opportunity to look into your own interior life as they share how they mov

Sister Gwendolyn Hoeffel
Jan 04, 2016

Sister Gwendolyn Hoeffel, RSCJ, spent most of the last 50 years living and working in Japan. She met with Brett Davis in New York City to talk about her work 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.

Helping hands across continents
Nov 18, 2015

Recently, three students from our Network of Sacred Heart Schools in New York City held a fundraiser to help another Sacred Heart School in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The boarding school in Mbansa-Mboma in the Congo had been devastated by fire and looting in February 2014.

Sister Shirley Miller, director of Mission Advancement for the Society of the Sacred Heart United States-Canada Province, recently received a donation from these three New York students along with the following letter: