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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


The holidays are behind us and the new year is before us ... As we resolve to live a healthier lifestyle and "be a better person" in 2017, consider the ways in which making a personal commitment to social justice can be part of your 2017 life and lifestyle resolutions.

Justice, Peace & the Integrity of Creation

Women's March on Washington

In preparation for the January 21st Women's March on Washington, the Justice, Peace and Integrity of all Creation office is sponsoring an informational gathering 5:30pm, Friday, January 20, 2017. This event will include a pot-luck dinner followed by two workshops.


Who are we and what do we do?

We are 2000+ Religious of the Sacred Heart serving the Church in 41 countries. We are sent by the Church to communicate the Love ...


Educational Initiatives & Leadership

First Virtual Immigration Workshop

The EIL office was instrumental in successfully coordinating a workshop on migration using a videoconferencing platform.  The presenter, ...

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!

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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