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The Stuart Center is a project of the Society of the Sacred Heart to foster a more just society through educational initiatives, technology and leadership development in collaboration with social justice, religious and nonprofits groups whose mission is aligned with that of the Society of the Sacred Heart.

From the Director

Imma De Stefanis, RSCJ, Ph.D.The power within your choice is astonishing!

The average adult in the U.S. purportedly makes 35,000 decisions a day!  This is a frequently quoted figure; however, the empirical evidence to support the claim is more elusive.  Before scurrying off to find the research that either proves or disproves the 35,000 claim, here's a tip: It actually does not matter.

Justice, Peace & the Integrity of Creation

Advent Prayer for Justice

The Stuart Center hosted an Advent Prayer for Justice on Dec 3rd.  The group included women from eight local congregations plus laywomen and m...

Meetings & Conference Facilities

It's never too early to plan your holiday events and communications

Our Conference Center provides a beautifully decorated setting for your organization's cocktail reception, luncheon, brunch, etc.   Our spaces and staff offer a warm, festive environment for small and large groups.  With ample parking and affordable pricing, your holiday wishes can come true early!


Educational Initiatives & Leadership

Meet the new Director of EIL

Reyna Gonzalez, RSCJ has been appointed Director of the Office of Educational Initiatives and Leadership.  She has held the role of Assistant ...


Volunteer and NGO sites

The following information will provide you with helpful information about nonprofit and NGO sites. Updated May 12, 2016.

CEDC (nonprofit web & graphic design)

2016 Global NGO Online Technology Report

The 2016 Global NGO Online Technology Report provides some interesting statistics about online technology and NGOs around the world. Would you have guessed that more NGOs have Facebook pages than have websites? (95% to 92% respectively).

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