First SCJ house in Vietnam blessed, news about the upcoming election assembly, graduation at Sacred Heart School of Theology, Sacred Heart Southern Missions participates in World Book Night, SCJ blessed by Pope Francis, address updates and more.
Portuguese SCJ does research in South Dakota, staff from St. Joseph’s Indian School take part in spoof beauty pageant to raise funds for cancer research, blog posts from the Philippines, three long-time faculty honored at Sacred Heart School of Theology, calendar notes, and more…
Spring snows bring Mission Education Conference to an early end, traffic jams in the Philippines, prayer requests, address updates, calendar notes, members of St. Joseph’s Indian School board of directors honored with Lakota quilts, and more…
The Priests of the Sacred Heart began ministry in the United States near Chamberlain, S.D., in the early 1920s. Upon hearing this fact during the Mission Education Conference one of our province employees said she that could easily guess why: “They were stuck!”
Prior to the Mission Education gathering, staff from St. Joseph’s Indian School, as well as several SCJs and province employees, were asked to answer the question “I am a Dehonian because…”
Many of the statements were shared during Mission Education. The full list of statements is published here.
Back in the Philippines Fr. Bernie Rosinski is back in the Philippines teaching ESL as he did at about the same time last year. A veteran of general and provincial administration, he has also been tapped as a resource to the young region as it gets its own administration in order. The following is from […]
NOTE: This week’s news is being posted on Tuesday instead of Monday because of the Easter break. ESL alum reflects on new project Two items about the SCJs’ new project in Berlin, Germany, were recently posted on SCJ sites. The first is a reflection on the province blog from Fr. Wladyslaw Mach. An alumnus of […]