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Did you know that Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart students are required to perform 70 hours of community service before they can graduate?
On Sunday, May 12, 2013, Liam Lynch, a senior at Stuart Hall High School - Schools of the Sacred Heart, San Francisco, CA received his certificate and $300.00 gift card for being the grand prize winner of the San Francisco Archdiocesan Respect Life essay contest. A Mass celebrated at St. Mary's Cathedral of the Assumption by Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone honored the Respect Life essay winners.
As a Sacred Heart school, we are called to educate our students to a social awareness which impels to action. This spring, 91st Street completed year two of a unique service-learning program for its ninth grade students through which they have reached out to 12 local non-profits, building and strengthening relationships with community organizations that are making a difference in the lives of our fellow New Yorkers.
Inspired by the 2011 International Heads of Sacred Heart Schools gathering in Taipei, Taiwan, Lynda Shalagan, Art Teacher SHHS, Halifax, Nova Scotia envisioned how butterfly migration could nurture collaborative work betw
Janet Erskine Stuart Centenary Celebration
Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart alumna Austen Murrow of Lake Barrington, IL, meets former President Bill Clinton at the American University of Dubai (AUD) April 10. Murrow is one of five students on a full-ride scholarship to study Arabic and Middle Eastern studies at AUD through the William Jefferson Clinton Scholarship.
At AUD, students took turns asking questions revolving around the peace in the Middle East, the conflict in Syria and North Korea, as well the president’s view on Africa as a developing continent.
For Houston to host the National Catholic Education Association's annual convention for the first time in history is more than a little daunting. Planners and volunteers have been busy with multitudinous details for more than a year.
New and Improved "Page-a-Day Calendar"
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In 1800 Madeleine Sophie Barat (1779-1865) founded the Society of the Sacred Heart, a community of women who currently live and minister in forty-three countries on five continents and who, together with their associates, colleagues and friends, constitute the family of the Sacred Heart world-wide.
The Shrine of St. Rose Philippine Duchesne in St. Charles, Mo. is a lasting tribute to the French missionary Religious of the Sacred Heart who brought formalized education and a zeal for sharing the love of God to the Missouri frontier in 1818.
Friends of the Society of the Sacred Heart might recognize one or more of the people providing commentary for ABC News during the papal conclave this week. Clare Pratt, RSCJ, will occasionally be on air with Diane Sawyer throughout the time the Cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church are sequestered to elect a new leader of the worldwide Church. She will also be available to provide information and perspective during the days following the announcement of the next Pope.