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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.
Commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; SCJ featured Georgetown University project; Fr. Tom back in India; Frater Juancho writes from Brazil; updates and welcome; NORAM Theological Commission has first meeting; SHSST associate professor publishes new book; SCJs a part of new church in Texas; new candidates welcomed in Chicago.
The first steps toward a common communications plan for the congregation; four candidates join Dehon Formation Community Chicago; celebrations in Montréal; calendar dates; prayer requests; JPR year-end report; snow in Mississippi; prayer service for World Day for Migrants and Refugees;
Diversity toward a common goal –– that, in a nutshell, summed up the first Dehonian “Media Experts Meeting” January 3-6 in Rome. The gathering was a mix of presentations, hands-on workshops, and brainstorming toward a congregational communications strategy. SCJs and lay staff from 16 entities took part.
Christmas greetings from around the country; updates and welcome; prayer requests; Fr. General’s Christmas letter; Motherhouse blessed in Indonesia; latest newsletter from the Centro Studi Dehoniani available; provincial’s time.
Polish missionaries back together at OLG, Houston; two men admitted to candidacy for the start of 2017; holiday schedules; prayer requests; updates; visiting migrants in the Rio Grande Valley; SCJ candidate earns BA; international news; provincial’s time; Fr. Mark Fortner in Indonesia
North American SCJs represented in Rome; highlights from the Major Superiors Meeting and Secretaries Workshop; Frater Juancho writes from Brazil; former missionary returns to Indonesia.