Ways to Help

2013-2014 Annual Appeal Launches!

Dear Friends in Christ,

For over 100 years the Apostles of the Sacred Heart of Jesus have endeavored to follow in the footsteps of our foundress, Mother Clelia Merloni.

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Through our ministries in education, health care, social services, pastoral care, and aid to immigrants and prisoners we hope to convey Christ’s mercy and goodness and bring healing and comfort to the human family.

The Apostles’ Annual Appeal helps make this work possible. Gifts to the Annual Appeal allow us to

  • Bring Catholic teachings and faith to children and families, particularly in our inner-city schools and Taiwan
  • Improve outreach and evangelization through retreat and lecture programs
  • Foster vocation ministry
  • Minister to the marginalized and immigrants
  • Provide for the spiritual formation of our young sisters
  • Support our elderly and retired sisters.

We are grateful to you, our donors, for each and every gift. For those supporters who have given to the Annual Appeal for three or more consecutive years, we welcome you to the Corde Society (Corde reflects our Sacred Heart devotion and means “from the heart”).

With your support we will continue to help people encounter Christ and grow in their compassion and understanding of the Catholic faith. We are most appreciative of your past generosity and look forward to collaborating with you again this year in our mission to make the Heart of Christ better known, loved, and served. 

 In the Heart of Christ,

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Sr. Anne T. Walsh, ASCJ
Provincial Superior 

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    ...with your help!
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    The Heart of Sacred Heart Manor—the Manor Chapel—is in need of renovations.
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