Our 2022-23 Dehonian students!
This year we have six students in theology (Fraters Paul, Truc, Michael, Hung and Thuan, as well as Alfonso, a second-year candidate) and two students doing undergraduate studies at Marquette and Cardinal Stritch Universities (Fraters Jacob and Jonathan). Our formation directors are Frs. Joseph and Duy. Our students introduce themselves here.Read More
Three new SCJs!
On August 15, three young men – Jonathan Nguyen-Vuong, Jacob Smith and Michael Wodarczyk – professed their First Vows and became members of the Priests of the Sacred Heart. Receiving their vows was Fr. Vien Nguyen, SCJ, who made his own First Profession exactly 25 years ago today. Fr. Vien is now provincial superior of the US Province.Read More
The search for Fr. Anthony continues
Fr. Anthony Kluckman, SCJ, has been missing from the Hales Corners area since early Thursday, July 21. He suffers from significant memory impairment. If you have any information that you think may be relevant in the search for Fr. Anthony please contact the Franklin Police Department at: 414-425-2522.Read More
Dehonian spirituality is for all!
With their families looking on, 32 people made a one-year commitment as Dehonian Associates during a prayer service in the chapel of Holy Spirit Church in Hernando, MS, on July 17. Fr. Vien Nguyen, provincial superior, led the service and received their commitment. “The journey helped me dig a little deeper into and strengthen my Catholic faith,” said a new Associate.Read More
My Heart is Ready
“What do you think of when you hear the word HEART?” asks Fr. Vien Nguyen, SCJ, in his reflection for the feast of the Sacred Heart (June 24). “In the Catholic tradition, the Sacred Heart of Jesus is a symbol of God’s love for us, and so the feast of the Sacred Heart is a celebration of a love story.” View and read messages from Fr. Vien and from our superior general for the feast day.Read More
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