Success Means Helping Others

By Preston Kendall, President of Cristo Rey St. Martin College Prep Growing up in the tough, economically-blighted town of Waukegan, IL, where gang violence and drug busts dominate headlines, Esmeralda […]

New Exhibit, Documentary Features Cornelia Connelly

This fall, Jeanne Marie Guerin, SHCJ, attended the “Ordinary People, Extraordinary Gifts: The Road to Sainthood” Exhibit and “Ordinary People” WLAE Documentary, which both featured Cornelia Connelly. Cornelia and her […]

Associate Reflects on Writing Cornelia Connelly Book

In the spirit of Cornelia Connelly, SHCJ Associate Judith “Judy” Talvacchia graciously answered “yes” to the Society’s request to author a book on its foundress. Approximately 26,000 copies of the […]

How A Literacy Program Changed A Mother’s Life

By Diana Z. Pinto Executive Director of South Central Los Angeles Ministry Project (SC LAMP) In June of 2015 nine women graduated from SC LAMP’s three-year Family Literacy Program. Julia*, […]

Download the New Laudato Si’ Reflection Resource

Terri MacKenzie, SHCJ, celebrates the release of Laudato Si’ Reflection Resource: On Care for Our Common Home. Gather family, friends, parishioners, religious, students, or faculty to experience the power and inspiration of […]

Adopt-A-Sister: Where Friends Feel Like Family

Amazing things can happen when you spend one hour a week with someone. Fast friends can become life-long friends. A stranger can become like family. The “Adopt-A-Sis Program,” as it […]

Five U.S. Sisters Pope Francis Should Meet

The head of school at Washington School for Girls, Mary Bourdon, RJM, was featured in the Global Sisters Report as one of “Five U.S. Sisters Pope Francis Should Meet While He’s Here.” The […]