Creation Center Spirituality Retreat(Photo courtesy of Diane Roche, RSCJ)
An oil rig in the Gulf, taken at an Alligators to Zydeco gathering.(Photo courtesy of Diane Roche, RSCJ)
Sprout Creek Farm candid camera(Photo by Georgie Blaeser, RSCJ)
Justice and Peace(Photo courtesy of Imma De Stefanis, RSCJ)
Solar Ovens in Haiti(Photo courtesy of Diane Roche, RSCJ)
Homeless in New Orleans(Photo courtesy of Mary Pat White, RSCJ)
Justice, Peace & the Integrity of Creation
Human Trafficking experts agree that there is an uptick in human trafficking around big sporting events but they want to caution us not to get lulled into thinking that it is an issue that can be addressed on only one day of the year.
The International Office of Justice Peace and Integrity of Creation in Rome has invited the USC Province (and all Provinces around the world) to participate in a six month reflection process to help set the agenda for an international JPIC meeting to be held in the Philippines in November of 2018. You can join the 160 RSCJ, Associates, Alums, Collaborators and Network members have siged up by clicking on the link below . (Please click on the Title of the update to read the full article.)
Please join the Franciscan Action Network and the Stuart Center of the Society of the Sacred Heart for Mass, dinner and fellowship on January 10th, February 7th and March 7th 5:30 to 8 PM
Taize Prayer will be offered on Sunday January 14th and Sunday March 11th from 4-5:30 PM at the Stuart Center (821 Varnum St.NE).
On November 13th, 2017, members of the extended Sacred Heart family (Associates, Alums, RSCJ, faculty and staff from Stone Ridge) were among those packed into Dahlgren Chapel on the Georgetown University campus to participate in this heartfelt and honest discussion. John Carr (Director of the Initiativ on Catholic Social thought and Public Life) moderated the conversation between Representative John Lewis, Archbishop Wilton Gregory, Dr. Marcia Chatelain and Rev. Jim Wallis. Dr.
On Saturday,September 30th, RSCJ Associates Tamae Wong and Lauren Brownlee joined Sr. Diane Roche for a day-long event calling for racial justice. The group gathered with over 3,000 other activists from around the country and marched from Lincoln Park in NE Washington to the Washington Monument. Other friends met up with us along the way, including two Sisters of Mercy and a young man who is part of the extended Kearny St.
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