Congratulations DOCTOR Andrzej!

“Interculturality in a religious community begins with hospitality, which in a broader sense means availability.” -Fr. Andrzej Sudol, SCJ He is a Polish priest who has served on three of the five continents on which the Priests of the Sacred Heart (Dehonians) are located. For Fr. Andrzej Sudol, SCJ, interculturality is more than terminology, it […]

Weekly News: April 26, 2021

Humility is key The power of language, and an appreciation for cultures much different than his own Pennsylvania roots, have been the narrative of Fr. Jim Walters’ years of religious life and ministry. Fluent in Spanish, French and Italian (with a smattering of several other languages in his head) he has studied and served in […]

Focusing not just on the “what” but the “how” of education

“A pedagogy of the heart means a holistic approach; it means approaching the entire person, not just a student’s academic needs. Teaching our students in this way will help them to use a holistic style in other areas of their life, including their interaction with others, as they become adults and take on roles within […]

Weekly News: April 19, 2021

On his way to St. Joseph’s Last week we shared photos of Fr. Anthony Kluckman’s last Mass at St. Joseph’s Indian School in Chamberlain, SD; the SCJ is now a retired member of the Sacred Heart Community at SHML. The new school chaplain?  Fr. Greg Schill, SCJ; his assignment begins July 1. Fr. Greg is […]

Weekly News: April 12, 2021

Saying good-bye This week Fr. Anthony Kluckman, SCJ, leaves St. Joseph’s Indian School, for retirement at Sacred Heart at Monastery Lake. Yesterday, he celebrated his final Mass at the school; he was joined by his siblings, and after the Mass, students from each of the family homes stood outside to recognize Fr. Anthony for his […]

SCJ school awards over $176,000 in scholarships

St. Joseph’s Indian School recently awarded $84,350 in spring-semester scholarships to Native American students across the nation, bringing the total awards for the academic year to $176,050. This spring, the school provided 68 scholarships: 16 to alumni, 13 to family members of St. Joseph’s Indian School alumni, and 39 to others enrolled in a federally […]