• Join us, beginning this Saturday, for 10 days of prayer and contemplation before election day in the United States. As One Body, we will gather together to take a moment of pause, to quiet our hearts, to find our breath and to be attentive to the voice of God. Join and view the Facebook Live event through the We Are Sacred Heart - RSCJ Facebook page. (Note: You must have a Facebook account to view Facebook Live.)
  • photos of students in the pews at the Shrine of Saint John Berchmans
    The Shrine of Saint John Berchmans located in Grand Coteau, Louisiana, sits on the site of the miraculous cure of Religious of the Sacred Heart (RSCJ) novice Mary Wilson following an apparition by Berchmans in 1866. As the convent’s original infirmary, the site has seen its share of illnesses and epidemics. When the shrine closed its doors to the public in March amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, I went home with the same feelings of apprehension and uncertainty shared by most of the world. When will we all be back? How bad will this get? Can we get through it? 
  • October is American Archives Month and so we present excerpts from the United States – Canada Archives, located in St. Louis, Missouri.
  • A New Mater By Jane Cannon, Alumna of Maryville University, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Photo by Clay Banks on Unsplash
    One thing is for certain, in order to wholly live out the mission of the Society of the Sacred Heart, the collective Sacred Heart community must commit to the ongoing work of anti-racism. This work is never completed, but an extension of our call to love each day we walk this earth.