On the 25th February 2013 at Pragnyalaya, Pune, Sr. Gool Mary Dhalla rscj (now widely known as Vandana Mataji) went home to the God of her joy.
Through the Society of the Sacred Heart JPIC Spiritual Journey from Lent to Pentecost (2012), RSCJ and the family of the Sacred Heart embarked on a journey to help us “name, connect, nurture, and illuminate” …
Eight English-speaking provincial archivists or their representatives met at the Villa Lante in Rome for five days, March 12-16, 2012 with Margaret Phelan, general archivist, and her two assistants, Ms. Federica Palumbo and Ms. Alice Usai to learn from their expertise and to share experiences. Provinces represented were Australia-New Zealand, Colombia, England-Wales, Ireland-Scotland, Korea-Chinese, Malta, Uganda-Kenya and United States.
The last week before January 3rd, 2012, was one of terrific activity, crowning two years of constant preoccupation with this event. We moved from our communities the day after Christmas, for the most part, to help in the last-minute preparations for our triduum and for the groups coming from Kyamusansala, Kalungu, St. Bernadette and Kangole to practice with the Ggaba Parish choir for the liturgy and to practice their dances and songs for the entertainment.
In April 2012 Cork University Press will publish The Society of the Sacred Heart in 19th century France, 1800-1865 by Phil Kilroy, RSCJ.
The writings of Madeleine Sophie Barat are little known beyond the Society of the Sacred Heart. The diocese of Poitiers is aware of the place our foundress occupies in the local religious heritage, beside great figures such as St Radegonde, St Hilary or St Louis Marie Grignon de Montfort, to mention only the best known. The Gilbert de la Porrée editions have therefore decided to add to their “Treasures of Poitiers” series the Noviceship Journal of Poitiers, enriched with some letters also written from Poitiers in the same era, addressed to Philippine Duchesne, Emilie Giraud and Adrienne Michel.
Extracts from the Conference to the Probanists
We gather this morning for a significant ritual in the life of the Society of the Sacred Heart: to give you a name and devise which reflect your experience during this probation and which will accompany you individually and as a group as professed Religious of the Sacred Heart.
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