• The Society of the Sacred Heart, United States – Canada Province, has signed a statement by Catholic leaders demanding that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) immediately release all children and their associated family members detained at three detention centers named in a recent federal court ruling. In the face of a global pandemic, any delay can be deadly. We also call for an end to the fundamental injustice of deporting and detaining children and families seeking to exercise their right to seek asylum and protection in the United States.
  • Welcome to the new RSCJ.org, featuring the new Associates, Vocations and the Shrine of Saint Philippine Duchesne sites. Toggle between these sites using the links in the upper left corner. We invite you to explore our updated site, with new features, such as our spiritual library of reflections, prayers, poems, videos and more! Come to know the guiding calls and themes that drive our actions and inform our mission in today's world.
  • A reflection by Provincial Shelia Hammond, RSCJ, on the Feast fo the Sacred Heart during the virtual prayer celebration June, 19, 2020.
  • Juneteenth is a day honored and celebrated in the United States, as it marks the final proclamation, in 1865 in Texas, that enslaved persons were free. One hundred and fifty-five years later, the residual effects of enslavement are present and visible throughout the United States. Black and brown persons, today, continue to endure and raise their voices against systemic racism and injustice.
  • Dear Sisters and Friends in the Family of the Sacred Heart,