Society of the Sacred Heart Links
The Society of the Sacred heart is an international order of women committed to discovering and revealing the Heart of Christ. This page includes links of interest within the Society.
Society of the Sacred Heart (International) - rscjinternational.org
The society of the Sacred Heart's International web site is available in English, French, and Spanish. It provides information about the Society, has sections on spirituality resources, and overviews the various international commitments of the order.
Society of the Sacred Heart (United States–Canada) - rscj.org
The Religious of the Sacred Heart (rscj) United States–Canada web site is a wealth of information about the Society in general, as well as its particular work in the United States and Canada. It includes information about individual RSCJ, publications, ministries in the various states, as well as news from the Provincial Team and other members of the order. The Province's magazine, Heart, is available on-line in PDF.
Associated Alumnae and Alumni of the Society of the Sacred Heart - aashnet.org
The web site is dedicated to alums of Sacred Heart schools - grade schools, high schools, colleges and universities. It includes information about Sacred Heart schools, activities for alumnae and alumni, articles about RSCJ, and various spiritual resource links.
“The pursuit of justice, peace and integrity of creation permeates all aspects of our lives. We want to include these in the criteria we use for discerning our relationships, ministries and commitments. In so doing, all our choices will be marked by Gospel values” (General Chapter 2008).
Sacred Heart Education - United States Canada Province
The web site is a resource for Sacred Heart schools - grade schools, high schools, colleges, and universities. It provides some wonderful history and quotes from women who founded the order and offered early leadership.
Madeleine Sophie Barat - A Life - madeleinesophiebarat.com
Phil Kilroy, rscj, has written a wonderful book on St. Madeleine Sophie (the foundress of the Society of the Sacred Heart), entitled Madeleine Sophie Barat - A Life. This web site offers information about Sophie's childhood in France, her early education through her brother, Louis, her entry into religious life, and the founding of, and early days, of the order. The site includes a variety of reflection questions that are very useful when reading the book.
The North American Conference of Associates and Religious (NACAR) is a membership organization that acts as a catalyst to serve, empower and promote the Associate-Religious relationship.