Celebrating Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne,

a pioneer missionary of the Society of the Sacred Heart,
who founded the first free school west of the Mississippi in September 1818.
Visit the website which has so much interesting News and Resources about
St Philippine and what is available during 2018 to commemorate her life and more.

https://rscj.org/bicentennial2018 and https://rscj.org

AMASC Project 2014-2018

  • In 1999 the RSCJ took over the administration of Villa Jardin
    The old building had been neglected and in need of repairs
    The number of students has doubled
    Additional space needed to accommodate news classes
    making this school functional
    Sr Kathleen Conan RSCj, General Superior
    has appealed to AMASC to help Villa Jardin during 2014-2018
    The Argentinian alumna will also provide some financial aid
    To know more about Villa Jardin, access https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqyf4U-Z1EE.

AMASC 2014-2018

At the XV AMASC Congress
held in Scotsdale in November 2014
MEXICO took on the AMASC mandate 2014-2018
to be led by President Marisa Moreno de Malcher and her Team
The theme is
* La herencia de Sofia, un regalo para el mundo
* Sophie's legacy, a gift to the world
* L'héritage de Sophie, un cadeau pour le monde

AMASC President Marisa Moreno's acceptance letter. Click here

Young AMASC

Social Network amongst young alumni of Sacred Heart schools
all over the world
Volunteering opportunities
for personal development of Young Alumni

Website at Young AMASC
World Youth Day 2016 Facebook at Facebook

Society Sacred Heart

We thank you, dear Religious,
True daughters of St. M. Sophie Barat.
You instill Sophie's spirit within us
Carrying it across time and seas
Calling us Children of the Sacred Heart.

We join your mission and ministries. We reflect your value of open-mindedness, when we witness to the love of Jesus as we speak with effective voices in our work places, churches and homes

Click here for more

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Welcome to AMASC
World Association of Alumnae and Alumni of the Sacred Heart

Welcome to the AMASC website. You will find that all contents on the pages on this website can be translated, not only in the three official languages of AMASC, but in your own preferred language. The translation is literal and not necessarily precise nor grammatically correct.

Latest News and Events

Feast of Mater Admirabilis
20 October , 20 octobre, 20 octuber

https://rscj.org/who-we-are/heritage/mater-admirabilis

This is a special day for not only the RSCJs but for all alumna/i and in the schools of the Sacred Heart.

AMASC E-NEWSLETTER TWICE A YEAR
MARCH and SEPTEMBER
http://www.amasc-sacrecoeur.org/news/newsletter.html
AMASC National Presidents are invited to write and submit a newsletter regarding the Associations in their countries.
Alicia Moreyra is the Board Member in charge of the Newsletters and can be contacted by email: aliciamoreyra@att.net


XVI AMASC World Congress 22-26 February 2018 Mérida, Yucata Mexico
REPORTS AMASC Congress papers as well as photographs

• Speakers at the Congress
http://amasc-sacrecoeur.org/activities/Speakers2018/world_congress.html
• Photos from the AMASC Congress
http://www.amasc-sacrecoeur.org/activities/photo_gallery.html


Bicentennial Prayer

in English, Spanish and French

https://rscj.org/bicentennial2018/bicentennial-prayer

https://rscj.org/bicentennial2018
Celebrating Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne, a pioneer missionary of the Society of the Sacred Heart, who came to St. Charles, Missouri, from France and founded the first free school west of the Mississippi in September 1818.
Visit the website which has so much interesting News and Resources about St Philippine and what is available during 2018 to commemorate her life and more in 200 years. https://rscj.org/bicentennial2018


AMASC ALUMNAE HOSPITALITY
Alicia Moreyra, Hospitality Chairperson
Click here for the Hospitality Chart updated as at 9 March 2017

New Books
Updating of books written by or about RSCJs and Alumna
Check for new titles

logoCOLLECTION OF CANCELLED STAMPS
Please continue sending (not in July, August) cancelled stamps to:
BOLSA DEL SELLO, Attn. Luisa Martin-Cobos
Avenida de Burgos, 4 Duplicado
28036 MADRID, SPAIN
Thanks to the Spanish Alumnae who sell cancelled stamps to collectors.
This fundraiser partially underwrites Congress attendance of some AMASC delegates.