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Honoring the oppressed

Descendants of people enslaved by the Society of the Sacred Heart after coming to
North America walk with friends and family from St. Charles Borromeo Church in Grand Coteau, Louisiana
to a nearby cemetery where a new monument honoring those enslaved stands. Brother Frank Authello
Andrus, Jr. led the procession with drumming
Sisters begin reparations with descendants of enslaved people
November 1, 2018
“I realized in the middle of saying those names that these were the first times their names have been spoken in 170 years.”

Guiding future sisters

Guiding future sisters
RSCJ helps women dicern religious vocations.
February 8, 2018

The number of women attending religious services has declined over the past few decades, but some women are still deciding to pursue religious life by remaining single and making life vows to a community...

Sacred Heart almuna speaks about importance of education in Uganda

Seniors Claire Kosewic and Asha Khanna speak with Betty Ogiel about her childhood in Uganda. Ogiel gifted the school a personalized plaque in the shape of Uganda as a symbol of gratitude.
October 23, 2017

WEB EXCLUSIVE As part of the tour for her book, “Against All Odds,” Betty Ogiel spoke during today’s chapel about her journey in receiving an education from Sacred Heart schools in Uganda, as well...

RSCJs elect alumna as new superior general

RSCJs elect alumna as new superior general
Barbara Dawson will oversee RSCJ in 41 countries, visiting each twice during her term.
January 5, 2017

The Religieuses du Sacré-Coeur de Jésus convened in Italy last summer for their General Chapter meeting, which included the task of electing a new superior general to lead the order for the next eight...

Dated information becomes accessible

Associate Librarian Reba Sell sorts through documents in the Archives in the Grant House attic. The Archives contain  historical documents and old yearbooks.
School archives to be reorganized, uploaded into online database.
May 18, 2016

Old uniform pictures and architectural blueprints of the Flood Mansion, previously hidden away in the attic of the Grant House, will become accessible by computer as the Archives are digitized. “Just...

Former director of schools returns to help digitization process for archives

Sister Mary Mardel, RSCJ reviews the Archives in the Mother Williams Library. The Archives contain information dating back to 1887.
April 14, 2016

The former director of schools revisited to organize and categorize archival documents — some dating back to World War II. “These photographs, many of which I had taken, were very interesting to...

Network celebrates end of centenary year honoring Janet Stuart

Convent Elementary and Stuart Hall School for Boys students explain the significance of the stepping stone they created on behalf of Schools of the Sacred Heart, San Francisco for the Centenary of Janet Erskin Stuart as part of a telecast for Sacred Heart schools in the United States on Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014. The students' remarks were part of a video that included all Network schools.
October 22, 2014

Isabel Elgin, Sienna Ryan & Alayna Wong Reporters Convent and Stuart Hall High Schools gathered in Syufy Theatre yesterday to celebrate the end of the centenary year honoring Janet Erskine...

Alumnae return for annual Noëls

Elizabeth Goodman (’02) and Hildie Murray Sims (’98) catch up during the reception at Alumnae Noëls last night in the Main Hall.
December 11, 2013

Madeleine Denebeim and Makena House Reporters The Main Hall was crowded last night with graduates reuniting for the Alumni Noëls, an annual reception and celebration concluding with singing French...

Class of ’12 dresses in white

Jordan Carter (center) hugs her friend while posing for a picture. CLAIRE FAHY | The Broadview
May 26, 2012

Rebecca Lee Editor-in-Chief Forty-five seniors dressed in different-styled, tea-length white dresses are scheduled to receive their high school diplomas next Friday during Commencement as friends...

Drive supports Japanese earthquake, tsunami relief; Sacred Heart Network schools

There are six Sacred Heart Schools in Japan, all of which survived recent events with minimal damage. Seishin Joshi Daigaku, Seishin Joshi Senmon Gakko, Seishin Joshi Gakuin Sankocho and International School of the Sacred Heart are all located in Tokyo. Fuji Seishin Joshi Gakuin is located in Susono City and Obayashi Seishin Joshi Gakuin in Sapporo. Background photo | Network of Sacred Heart Schools; Graphic | Zoë Newcomb
April 8, 2011

Mika Esquivel-Varela Reporter A student-run relief fund plans to raise money for Red Cross tsunami relief efforts in Japan and show support for the Japanese Sacred Heart Network schools that survived...

Students take time off for class retreats

A candle signals classmates to take turns complimenting Mary-Kate Cullinane during a seven-hour reflection at the Senior Class retreat last Friday at Bishop’s Ranch in Sonoma County. INA HERLIHY | the broadview
March 29, 2010

Students participate in a unique class retreat each March designed for classmates to grow closer as a group through prayer and conversation, scaling walls, tiptoeing across tight ropes and reflection on...

Sacred Heart community contributes to earthquake relief

January 15, 2010

Jovel Queirolo Managing Editor The night news sites reported the recent earthquake in Haiti, members of the Sacred Heart Community reacted with supply drives and ways to donate aid money. The International...

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