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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.

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Migration continues to be top priority in North America

Migration continues to be top priority in North America

Twice a year the administrations of the US Province and Canadian Region meet together to discuss common concerns, areas of collaboration, and update each other on the people and ministries of each entity. The fall meeting took place October 16-17 in Montréal. Topics included migration, the international theological conference, vocations, the North American retreats, communications and the 2018 General Conference.

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Weekly News: October 16, 2017

Weekly News: October 16, 2017

Meet our 2017-18 formation community; Fr. Bernie Rosinski celebrates Mass at Divine Heart 50-year reunion; International Communications Commission meets in Rome; a gift to novitiate honors parents.

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Hello, my name is…

Hello, my name is…

The Dehon Formation Community in Chicago is home to an international community of professed SCJs and those discerning religious life with the congregation. It houses the initial formation programs of the province and also welcomes SCJs from around the world on sabbatical or in graduate programs. Integrated into the program is the Novitiate, located just 15 minutes south of Sacred Heart Monastery. Read the vocation stories of our students and SCJs!

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Weekly News: October 9, 2017

Weekly News: October 9, 2017

Fr. Hendrik shares a missionary’s story; Canadian Region meets in assembly; province creates new healthcare position; SHSST hosts annual multicultural mass and fair; renovations of SHSST/SHM begin; Br. Joseph Vu approved for final vows; DHS class of ’67 holds reunion.

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“To be a missionary you must have an open heart; you must love”

“To be a missionary you must have an open heart; you must love”

“I never think of myself as a missionary,” said Fr. Christianus Hendrik, SCJ. “I just came here to help.” Fr. Hendrik was the October First Friday presenter at the Dehon Formation Community in Chicago. Originally from Indonesia, he was asked to share what it means to him to be a missionary. Fr. Hendrik serves in rural South Dakota in the congregation’s first mission in the United States.

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Province creates new healthcare position

Province creates new healthcare position

Just over a year ago, Mary Balistreri began working at Sacred Heart at Monastery Lake serving as a health care resource to the SCJ community. A registered nurse, Mary has an extensive background in gerontology, health care assessment and in-place health care assistance. Now her role has extended to the entire province, serving as a resource to SCJs of all ages.

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Weekly News: October 2, 2017

Weekly News: October 2, 2017

Sacred Heart principal takes part in educators’ meeting in Rome; Canadian SCJs meet in assembly; new health care center at St. Joe’s prepares to open; SHSM staff to learn about “Dreamers” at in-service; “Share the Journey” begins; Sacred Heart celebrates 70 years.

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Migration continues to be top priority in North America

Migration continues to be top priority in North America

Twice a year the administrations of the US Province and Canadian Region meet together to discuss common concerns, areas of collaboration, and update each other on the people and ministries of each entity. The fall meeting took place October 16-17 in Montréal. Topics included migration, the international theological conference, vocations, the North American retreats, communications and the 2018 General Conference.

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