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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.
Our thanks to Br. Long Nguyen, a participant in the province’s Dehonian Youth Initiative, for writing about the group’s recent gathering: “On Thursday, October 24, several younger members of the U.S. Province gathered at the Provincial Conference Center to continue the work that we began in August in regards to sharing the Dehonian message with youth…”
North American councils meet, Fr. Nardi earns doctorate, SCJ moves into full-time ministry after final vows, journal from French pilgrimage, SHSST staffer published, November birthdays, Dehonian Spirituality update and a closing shot from Mississippi.
On October 21 Fr. Yulius Sunardi, SCJ, successfully defended his doctoral thesis “Predictive Factors for Commitment to the Priestly Vocation: a Study of Priests and Seminarians.” Members of the Sacred Heart Monastery Community were among those who attended the defense at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wis. (USA).
Autumn SCJ News available online, prayer requests, Sr. Katarina Schuth this week’s Dehonian Lecturer, Sacred Heart professor publishes two articles, Dehonian Social Justice website adds new info, diocesan paper features newly professed SCJ, blog update, new look for development office website, and other updates.
Celebrating Native American Day, Columbus Day and Canadian Thanksgiving; Dehonian Spirituality e-blasts; SHSST lobby almost done; St. Joe’s hosts German students; 14 seminarians instituted as acolytes; training requirements for accreditation; Facebook and blog posts; library contest; prayer requests; and Fr. Steve’s schedule.