Walk this year’s Lenten journey inspired by the Society of the Sacred Heart’s international JPIC calls by joining us each Saturday through an online reflection group.
...In the spirit of this commitment and our mission of incarnating God’s love, we, the Religious of the Sacred Heart of the United States – Canada Province, strongly oppose the president’s declaration of a state of emergency to divert funds for a border wall.
February 8th has been designated by the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace and the International Union of Superiors General as an annual day of prayer and awareness against human trafficking.
It is the month that Canada and the United States celebrate the strides and achievement black people have accomplished over the centuries and how they have shaped American, Canadian and European History. The Stuart Center will be featuring links to stories highlighting the culture and narratives of black people in the United States and Canada, especially those who have historically made our countries what they are today and those who are continuing daily to transform the world.
As we honor and remember the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, let us live the message of the prophet Micah, "To Act Justly. To Love Tenderly. To Walk Humbly"
Let us create a world where justice rings, integrity invites, the "beloved community" abounds and forgiveness nourishes right action.
We are pleased to welcome Meg Causey, Ph.D. RSCJ as the new Director of the JPIC Office. Read more about her.
To WREST -- the battle in the middle of the night -- when meaning is the match that hits the flint of our darkest fears, greatest regrets and biggest sufferings. That still small voice in the middle of the night that flips me from one side to the next, both internally and externally and I feel piercingly alone with the unrelenting force.
We, who gather at this table
invite SILENCE to be seated with us
that we might be One
with all those who discover
who dare to dream
who choose to create a world
Mapping out a nonprofit use-case for Backdrop CMS.
When you redesign a site, chances are that your structure may change and your URLs may change. If you don't plan ahead, you could throw away a lot of the search engine optimization you may have already achieved. When a search engine comes back to index your site again after a redesign, it will find that many (or all) of the old URLs no longer function and it will drop them and then reindex your new pages as new pages instead of as new versions of existing pages (which already have some ranking).
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