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Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary are women called to belong totally and unreservedly to God in prayer, action, and community.

HISTORY

Founder Father Jean Gailhac, Founderess, and Mother St. Jean Pelissier Cure, Foundress and First Superior.

MINISTRIES

From our founding, RSHM have been engaged ministries focusing on empowering women and children.

 

 

HERMANAS EN MEXICO

Religiosas del Sagrado Corazón de María somos mujeres, llamadas a pertenecer totalmente y sin reservas a Dios en oración, acción, y comunidad.

RELIGIOUS OF THE SACRED HEART OF MARY

The Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary is an international congregation of Catholic women religious. We serve in 13 countries in diverse ministries. We invite you to explore this website of our California and México province to learn more about our mission and history, our sisters and ministries, and to learn how you can collaborate with us in meeting the needs of God’s people.

To know and love God, to make God known and loved, and to proclaim that Jesus Christ has come that all may have life.– RSHM Constitutions #7

Dedication of the RSHM Memorial Bas Relief on the 170th year of the Founding of the Institute.

In honor of the 170th anniversary of our Founding, the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary Western American Province, celebrated with the Dedication ceremony of the RSHM Memorial Bas Relief at Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, California. The RSHM Memorial Bas Relief was designed by Will Pupa, Artist in resident at the LMU Marymount Institute for Faith, Culture and the Arts. The Bas Relief is located at the RSHM burial plot, section Z/Good Shepherd.

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COMMUNITY

“Called to be Community”

As apostolic religious, we believe that community, the witness of unity among people of diverse ages, background, cultures and racial origins, is at the heart of our mission in a fragmented and divided world.

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MINISTRIES

The mission of the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary is “to know and love God, to make God known and loved, to proclaim that Jesus Christ has come that all may have life.” Since our founding in 1849, this faith vision of the founder has been implemented in different ways, according to the needs of the times in various cultures. Our Mission Statement today emphasizes our work for those “most in need of justice” and we are especially committed to the empowerment of women and children.

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