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The Priests of the Sacred Heart (SCJs) is a Catholic religious community of brothers and priests devoted to the Heart of Jesus. As our Mission Statement says, “We are called to be, especially among the poor, prophets of love and servants of reconciliation.” Whether you seek to examine your vocation, learn about our ministries, explore Catholic issues or support our work, we invite you to join us in walking with God’s people.
New entries on the province blog from Fr. John Czyzynski and Fr. Tom Cassidy; Lenten reflections available from Dehonian Associates Office; ESL alumna serves on international Dehonian Family Committee; prayer requests; preparations for the 2015 General Chapter; February birthdays.
In May, 2014, approximately 35 members of the Dehonian Family –– SCJ and lay from around the world –– came together to discuss ways in which the Dehonian charism and can be lived and shared beyond professed members of the Priests of the Sacred Heart. Among those who took part in the meeting was Ida Coelho, a Lay Dehonian from Brazil and an alumna of SHSST’s ESL program.
The “St. Joseph’s Health Access and Discount Program” provides access to a board-certified doctors via telephone (TeleConsults) or computer/mobile device (eConsults) for less money than most co-pays. In addition, the program offers savings and discounts on other medical services. Licensed nurses are available 24/7 and can be consulted at no charge.
On MLK Day, remembering all those who have sought justice, and continuing their dreams; International Dehonian Family Committee continues work of 2014 conference; St. Joseph’s Indian School receives grant; Fr. Tom Cassidy returns to India and Fr. Wayne Jenkins works in Rome; videos reflecting on General Chapter theme available; Dehonian Spirituality and JPR updates; SHSST news.
Canada and US welcome SCJs from the southern hemisphere to the North American winter; address updates; prayer requests; 2015 jubiliarians; World Day of Migrants and Refugees and Week of Prayer for Christian Unity; “ministry” of correspondence; JPR blog update.