Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Ut Unum Sint :: That they may be One --- Jn 17:21
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We, the Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, are a religious Congregation founded to be a sign of love, unity and forgiveness in a broken and divided world.
It is our sincere prayer that you will continually experience love in your heart and express this love to people around you that we may be one, as Christ wish.
Sr. Monica Rowland, SSH
Superior General

 
What We Do…
Health Care
Our congregation is involved in health ministry in rural primary health care services. Through community health programs, our sisters work with village leaders to encourage victims of HIV/AIDS to come out for treatment. The sisters run projects that foster...
Education
The inspiration for our zeal for education, especially the education of women, came primarily from our Founder’s (and ours too) the belief that the best gift one can give to anyone is to that person a holistic education. This includes training the person...
Pastoral Ministry
The Sacred Heart of Jesus is inseparably united with the word made flesh. What was written about Christ in the gospels referred mostly to his deeds and words, yet “out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks” (Mt. 12:34). Through our lives and ministries...
Community Development & Skill Acquisition
An Integrated Development Project providing enabling and empowering opportunities to women and youth. Working with compassion, consistency and passion to help children, youths and women to realize their dignity and reach their full potentials as human persons...
Counter-Trafficking Projects
Human trafficking is a form of modern day slavery. Each year an estimated 800,000 people – largely women and children – fall victim to international traffickers. These innocent victims are forced into unpaid labor, debt bondage, coerced prostitution or sexual servitude...
Women Empowerment
In the course of our ministry with these women, especially in rural villages, we felt the need to help to eliminate some of these oppressive practices. We have tried to do this through programs of enlightenment and adult literacy. We work to empower these women, especially widows...


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