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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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Former general councilor says it was “love” that called him to the SCJs

Former general councilor says it was “love” that called him to the SCJs

Fr. Albert Lingwengwe was novice master for the Congolese Province when he learned that he was being considered for general administration in Rome. “Never for a moment did I think that I would work in Rome, moreover, as a member of the General Council,” Much to his surprise, he was elected to the council in 2009; he completed his term last summer. Now on a study sabbatical in the ESL program at Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology, he recently, he sat down to reflect on his vocation, service in administration, and the SCJs’ impact on Africa, especially the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Weekly News: February 1, 2016

Weekly News: February 1, 2016

Students at SCJ schools raise funds for refugee children as a part of Catholic Schools Week; Sacred Heart teacher reflects on the dual work of mercy and teaching; Lenten reflections once again offered by Dehonian Associates; Fr. Stephen Huffstetter writes from India; Fr. Charles Brown sends a photo with novices in Congo; updates, death notices and prayer requests.

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The dual work of mercy and teaching

The dual work of mercy and teaching

This morning, as I handed the statue of the Infant Jesus to someone to carry up to the manger, I thought to myself, “This is each child I teach. Jesus is divine and human, body and soul, corporal and spiritual. So, too, are my students,'” wrote Sr. Margaret Sue Broker, a teacher at Sacred Heart School in Southaven, MS. “…The act of teaching is an amazing corporal and spiritual work of mercy.” Click here to read Sr. Margaret Sue’s full reflection.

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Weekly News: January 25, 2016

Weekly News: January 25, 2016

Local communities respond to the needs of migrants and refugees; prayer requests; address updates; February birthdays; Fr. Dominic Peluse reflects on the impact of Dehonian spirituality on those with whom the SCJs are in contact; first general visitation begins in India; Fr. Ed Kilianski’s February schedule

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Weekly News: January 18, 2016

Weekly News: January 18, 2016

Martin Luther King Day reflections; update from Sacred Heart Southern Missions on December storm damage in Holly Springs; new vocation video; Fr. Tom Cassidy writes from India; prayer requests; information and a request from the NORAM Immigration Committee; latest SCJ News available; provincial’s calendar.

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Weekly News: January 11, 2016

Weekly News: January 11, 2016

Six-Year Program of the General Administration released; Fr. Jan de Jong reflects on impact of the founder on his own views of social justice; Akta Lakota Museum continues to receive high marks; Fr. Tom Cassidy heads back to India; prayer requests; recent publications available from the Generalate; group being organized for World Youth Day in Poland; Fr. Kilianski’s calendar.

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Former general councilor says it was “love” that called him to the SCJs

Former general councilor says it was “love” that called him to the SCJs

Fr. Albert Lingwengwe was novice master for the Congolese Province when he learned that he was being considered for general administration in Rome. “Never for a moment did I think that I would work in Rome, moreover, as a member of the General Council,” Much to his surprise, he was elected to the council in 2009; he completed his term last summer. Now on a study sabbatical in the ESL program at Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology, he recently, he sat down to reflect on his vocation, service in administration, and the SCJs' impact on Africa, especially the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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