Alice J. Burns (Prince Street 1966, Manhattanville 1970), former AASH President, passed away Monday, July 15. Alice's family is planning a memorial service this fall on her beloved Cape. Please keep Alice and her family in your prayers. Alice was AASH President during the 2013-2015 Biennium. She served AASH as Eastern Regional Director (2007-2011) and Vice President (2011-2013). Along the way, she helped launch a web site for Prince Street alumnae and assisted in establishing the Southeast Massachusetts, Cape Cod and the Islands AASH.
Congratulations (and tres bien!) to Carolyn Osiek, RSCJ (ASH Saint Charles 1958) and Frances Gimber, RSCJ (Atherton/Menlo Park 1951; Manhattanville College 1955), who have collaborated on a 2-volume set of the collected works of St. Philippine Duchesne!
Her complete writings were published in 2017 in French, and now have been released in English.
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA ASSOCIATED ALUMNAE OF THE SACRED HEART
Join us for lunch Saturday, March 3rd, 2018, 12 noon (cash bar at 11:30) at the
Imperial Golf Club in North Collier County. If you would like to attend, use the
reservation form below. Whether or not, forward this information to other alums who
may be interested.
Any funds in excess of those used for our luncheon expenses will be sent to the RSCJ
Retirement Fund. If you would like to make a direct, personal contribution, the
A meditation on the legacy of Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne's courageous journey across the Atlantic Ocean and up the Mississippi River in 1818 to establish Sacred Heart education in the Americas. Click HERE to begin. It is best viewed full screen.
Bicentennial Closing Mass and Feast Day Celebration
of Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne
at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis in St. Louis, Missouri
The new Mass in honor of St. Philippine begins at 2:30 pm Central Standard Time on Sunday, Nov. 18. The Society of the Sacred Heart will live stream it. The live broadcast of the Mass may be found by clicking HERE.