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  • Title: Congregation of the Sacred Hearts
    Descriptive info: .. Welcome.. About Us.. News.. Our Work.. Who we are.. Missions.. Vocations.. History.. St Damien.. Newsletters.. Prayer.. Adoration.. Lectio Divina.. The Father is Very Fond of Me.. Useful Resources.. Lay Associates.. Links.. Church News.. Contact Us.. Share a Laugh.. SS.. CC.. International.. Facebook.. SSCC Child Safeguarding Policy.. Latest SSCC News.. Ordination.. Seamless Robe.. Silver Jubilee.. Provincial Chapter 2013.. Damien Exhibit.. Sruleen Holy Land Pilgrimage.. Welcome.. Welcome to our website which aims to bring together the three branches of the Roman Catholic Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus Mary (sscc), working in both Ireland and England.. Our province/sector is part of a worldwide congregation consisting of priests, brothers, sisters and lay associates.. Not to be confused with other congregations of a similar name, the.. Congregation of the Sacred Hearts.. (plural) was founded in 1800 in Paris, France.. Its charism is based on God's unconditional love for every human being, symbolised in the Sacred Heart of Jesus and echoed in the heart of Mary his mother.. In the Irish English Province we have communities in London, Dublin and the borders areas of Cavan/Monaghan involved in pastoral apostolates including parishes, schools, hospice and retreat work.. Our sscc sisters are part of a Northern European  ...   Today the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts continues to contemplate live and proclaim God's compassionate love in today's society.. Ordination:.. on Friday November 22nd Fr.. Ultan Naughton sscc was ordained to the priesthood in his home parish church in Roscommon town by Bishop Patrick Lynch Auxiliary Bishop of Southwark.. He celebrated his First Mass in Roscommon on the following day.. See here for photos.. Click here for report on main Picpus website.. The Holy Fathers prayer intentions for December:.. General:.. That children who are victims of abandonment or violence may find the love and protection they need.. Missionary:.. That Christians, enlightened by the Word incarnate, may prepare humanity for the Saviour's coming.. Suggested Websites:.. Catholics Come Home.. Word On Fire.. Word on the Web.. Young Catholic Speaker.. yesHeis.. com.. 21st.. Century Catholic News.. Online Lent.. Top Ten Tips for Online Safety.. The internet is a wonderful and terrible thing.. It is full of incredible facts, beautiful images and enables friendships across the globe.. It is also full of horrific sites and dangers.. Take a few moments now to read our top tips for keeping your young ones safe online.. Read More.. Congregation of the Sacred Hearts 2007-2013.. Designed and developed by.. GetOnline..

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  • Title: About Us
    Descriptive info: About Us.. Priests, Brothers, Sisters and Laity in the Footsteps of St Damien.. The.. represented by the abbreviation SS.. after its Latin name.. Sacrorum Cordium.. , is a worldwide religious order whose mission is to contemplate, live and proclaim God's love in the world.. There are over 1500 in the Congregation made up priests, brothers and sisters and an increaing number of lay associate members in over 30 countries throughout the world.. Our Mission.. Statement.. Inspired by the.. Sacred Hearts of.. Jesus and Mary we.. want to reach out in.. love and compassion.. to the world.. Sr Angela O'Toole sscc and Fr Derek Laverty sscc.. Sector Head for Sisters and the Provincial for Brothers and Priests.. In Ireland, the community are involved in parish work in west Dublin, chaplaincy, pastoral care and both provincial and community houses are based in Ranelagh near Dublin city centre.. The priests and brothers also have a community house near Cootehill with a pastoral outreach to the neighbouring counties of Cavan and Monaghan.. This community is very involved in the development of the Damien Centre youth initiative and in supporting missionary activities overseas.. Bishop Patrick Lynch of Southwark and retired Bishop Brendan Comiskey are both well-known members of the Congregation.. The Congregation has projects and communities in different places in nearly all of West-European countries, in North and South America, in Southern Africa, Asia (India; Indonesia, Japan, Philippines) and on the following islands, Cook isles, Tahiti, Hawaii and New Zealand.. In England, the congregation is active in parish work in Ealing, and Acton West London.. Perhaps the best known member of the Congregation is Fr Damien de Veuster SS.. of Molokai (1840-89) also known as the ‘leper priest’.. He was considered to be the Mother Theresa of his time and spent over 16 years of his life selflessly caring for over 8000 leprosy patients banished to the leprosy colony of Molokai in the Hawaiian Islands.. Eventually he succumbed to the illness himself and died in 1889 on Molokai.. He was canonised by Pope Benedict XVI in Rome on October 11th 2009.. Fr Eustaquio Van Lieshout ss.. cc.. (1890-1943) is another famous member of the Congregation who was beatified in 2005.. He was born in Aarle-Rixtel (Holland), in the diocese of Hertogenbosch, on the 3rd of  ...   Gonzalo Barrón Nanclares, Eladio López Ramos and Mario Ros Ezcurra.. These five men – along with many others – witnessed to their faith with their own blood in a painful situation of confusion, persecution and violence.. The site chosen for the beatification has a great history of Christian faith and martyrdom, like the Hispanic protomartyrs: Fructoso, Bishop of Tarragona and his two deacons Augurio and Eulogio.. The Office for the Causes of Saints of the Spanish Episcopal Conference and the host diocese are in charge of organizing the event.. Our martyred brothers died as believers.. They fulfilled the desire, which our recent General Chapter also speaks to us about:.. "Our desire, expressed in the formula of profession, is to live and die in the service of the Sacred Hearts.. When the end of life draws near, what we want to do is prepare ourselves to die as believers and to make of our death an act of praise for the God who loves us.. In that way, our death will be a witness to Christ, a final act of mission".. (Mission 37).. Novices of the Sacred Hearts Congregation from Ireland and Spain.. The Ireland-England Province has its provincial and sector houses based at Ranelagh near the city centre of Dublin for both priests and brothers as well as the sisters.. There are currently 23 male members and 16 female members involved in a range of ministries from school chaplaincy and retreat work, parish and pastoral support activities as well as missionary support programmes.. There are over 30 Lay Associates attached to the Congregation with an active English and Irish-based lay ministry.. The Congregation (SS.. ) worldwide has its governing structures based in Rome.. Ireland and England constitute one of the many global Provinces.. The sisters form part of a Western European Sector and have recently left England to consolidate their community in Dublin.. The Congregation has been present in the UK since 1956 and in Ireland since 1948 where it had a strong presence in the Cootehill area of County Cavan having a large seminary and novitiate based at nearby Tanagh.. Today the seminary is being used as an outdoor adventure run by the local educational authority and an adjacent property called Damien House is used as a retreat location..

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  • Title: News
    Descriptive info: Ordination.. Seamless Robe.. To coincide with his recent Silver Jubilee, Fr Michael Ruddy ss.. cc has published a new book of poems: "Seamless Robe.. " Proceeds from the sale of the books will go towards the Sacred Hearts Missions in Asia Africa.. To order a copy send €10 (overseas postage add €2) with your name and address to: Sacred Heart Presbytery, St John's Drive, Clondalkin, Dublin 22.. or alternatively use the Paypal feature on the website.. www.. frmikesbikehike.. ".. Damien' a two-act play on the life of our great missionary will be staged in Drumlin House Theatre, Cootehill, Co.. Cavan on.. Friday 18th October at 8 p.. m.. Silver Jubilee.. Sacred Heart Church.. Sruleen, Clondalkin, Dublin 22.. 1988-2013.. Archbishop Diarmuid Martin led the 25th anniversary Eucharistic.. celebration of the Consecration of the Sacred Heart Church at the 11 am Mass on Sunday June 9th.. 2013.. The Early Years:.. The.. Church of the Sacred Heart was officially blessed and dedicated on March 20th 1988 by the then Archbishop of Dublin Most Rev.. Desmond Connell.. This ceremony marked Archbishop Desmond's first consecration of a Church as Archbishop of Dublin.. The early years of what was to become Sruleen Parish began with the arrival in Clondalkin of Fr.. Brendan Kieran sscc in 1976.. He was succeeded by Fr.. Fintan Crotty sscc who arrived in 1980.. Fr.. Fintan purchased the land for the Church and school in 1982.. From 1981 Masses were celebrated in Scoil Mhuire.. Masses moved to the new school on its completion in 1984.. In 1983 only six houses had been built in Willow Park and Willow Court.. Fundraising was initiated by Fr.. Fintan and the Parish Council for the building of the new Church which was eventaully realised in 1988.. Fintan was officially appointed Parish Priest of the new  ...   of the Chapter, discussing the Provincial Report, the state of our finances, our engagement with our lay associates among other topics.. On Thursday evening as is our custom, we held our Jubilee celebrations.. Kieran Murtagh sscc and Br.. Anthony McMorrow sscc were celebrating their 60th anniversary of their first profession while Br.. Harry O'Gara was celebating 50th years of religious profession.. Sr.. Johanna Rohan sscc celebrated 40 years of religious profession while Fr.. Michael Ruddy sscc this year celebrates 25 years of priesthood.. We offer our congratulations to all.. On Friday, Mr.. Jim Flynn sscc (Lay Associate - Clones), led a fruitful discussion and sharing with our Sacred Hearts Sisters and our Irish and English lay associates.. Both groups also came together in Swords this week to reflect on their lives and ministry.. Our get together concluded with a Eucharistic celebration where Fr.. Alberto Toutin sscc (General Councillor - Rome) shared a reflection on the scriptures.. A fitting conclusion to a fruitful week for all.. Damien Exhibit.. Damien's Feast Day on May 10th 2013 saw the blessing of a new display dedicated to Saint Damien at our Sacred Heart Church, Sruleen, Clondalkin, Dublin 22.. 'In the Footsteps of Saint Damien" comprises 12 displays with accompanying prayers that traces Damien's life from Infancy to Canonisation.. The final display is adjacent to a first class relic of Damien that came from Molokai and was generously given to us by our bothers in the Hawaiian Province.. You are welcome to visit the exhibit at any time if you are passing by Newlands or the Green Isle Hotel.. More Articles.. God not Greed.. Diaconate Ceremony - Neilstown - 3rd.. Feb 2013.. SSCC Mission to Tonga.. Start.. Prev.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. 9.. 10.. Next.. End.. Page 1 of 11..

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  • Title: Our Work
    Descriptive info: Our Work.. Ireland.. • Parish and Pastoral Support.. o.. Sacred Heart Parish, Sruleen, Clondalkin Dublin.. Rockcorry, Co.. Monaghan.. • Retreat Houses and Retreat Ministry.. Damien House, Cootehill.. Adventure Retreats Ireland, Cootehill.. Tanagh, Cootehill.. Dr Brendan Comiskey ss.. cc.. • School Chaplaincy.. McDara’s Community College, Templeogue.. Dublin 6W.. Rathcoole Community College, Rathcoole Co.. Dublin.. • Hospice Care.. St Francis Hospice, Raheny,  ...   27 Northbrook Road, Dublin.. Promotions Office.. • The Homeless.. Depaul Ireland.. England.. Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, Acton London.. St Aidan of Lindisfarne, Acton East Parish London.. • Sacred Hearts Formation.. Formation House, 372 Uxbridge Road, Ealing.. • Retreats.. Fr Derek Laverty SSCC.. Kingston Upon Thames.. • Archdiocese of Southwark, London, UK.. Bishop Patrick Lynch SSCC.. • Mozambique.. • Peru..

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  • Title: Congregation of the SS.CC.
    Descriptive info: Congregation of the SS.. of Jesus and Mary is a community of some 1500 Brothers and Sisters who are present in more than 30 countries.. The SS.. family also includes a Lay Branch associated with the Congregation.. One of the best known members of our SS.. family is St Damien de Veuster, apostle of leprosy patients on the island of Molokai in Hawaii.. In some countries the Congregation is known by the name "Picpus", after rue de Picpus, the street where our central house was established shortly after the community's foundation.. The French provincial house of the Sisters is  ...   and announce God's Love which was made flesh in Jesus, especially through Eucharistic Adoration and service of the most needy.. Founded in 1800 the Congregation celebrated its two hundredth anniversary in 2000.. LEADERSHIP TEAM - ROME.. L-R: General Councillors - Mary McCloskey [Ireland]; Aurora Laguarda [Vicar General - Spain]; Pankras Kraeng [Indonesia]; Emperatriz Arobo [Sisters' Superior General - Ecuador]; Felipe Hamilton [Spain, India]; Javier Álvarez-Ossorio Ramos [Superior General - Spain, Congo]; Camille Sapu [Vicar General - Congo]; Alicia Mamani [Peru]; Alberto Toutin [Chile]; Goyi Marin [Spain, Mozambique].. Read More:.. 1.. Sisters of the Sacred Hearts.. 2.. Priests and Brothers..

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  • Title: Missions
    Descriptive info: The Ireland England province has historically had close contact with missionary projects involving personnel from the province or projects which have had involvement with either Irish or English Sacred Hearts in the past.. For this reason, the province maintains close relationship with Mozambique, The Congo, The Philippines, Peru and Jamaica.. In November 2009.. Damien Mission Group.. was developed in Sruleen Parish in Clondalkin with a view to creating even stronger links with  ...   for an Educational project for Mozambique during 2010 and recently contributed €1000 to Japan's earthquake appeal.. The group are looking for support for more information on how you can help contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Depending on the success of this initiative, the pilot will be transferred to other SS.. parishes in Ireland and in the UK.. Maize milling in Mozambique..

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  • Title: Vocations
    Descriptive info: Faced with what we today would call the "dechristianisation" of society, Fr Coudrin (the Founder) summoned us to the most profound of vocations: "to call men back to the confidence and the love of Jesus Christ.. " At the same time he made clear to us the extent of this call: "their vocation, in the last analysis, is one of total zeal, and  ...   you considered a vocation?.. Fr Damien de Veuster, SS.. 3.. Our Community Life: What Makes Us Different?.. 4.. Missionary Support and Involvement.. 5.. Our Discernment Formation Process.. 6.. Formation as Human Persons.. 7.. Signs of a Vocation.. 8.. The First Sign is: A Desire for the Life.. 9.. The Second Sign is: The Right Motivation.. 10.. The Third Sign is: Fitness for the Life..

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  • Title: History
    Descriptive info: History.. The Origins of the Congregation.. Pierre Coudrin (1768-1837).. The Congregation was founded in France in 1800 in the diocese of Poitiers in France.. In the climate of political disorder and religious persecution generated by the French Revolution,.. Pierre Coudrin.. , a young priest, was forced to carry out his ministry while in hiding.. He has been called "God's freedom fighter" and was likened to the Scarlet Pimpernel.. One night, while taking refuge in a granary loft, he had a vision of a community of men and women devoted to prayer and mission and felt God calling him personally to found this community.. Henriette Aymer de la Chevalrie (1764-1834).. The Foundress,.. Henriette Aymer de la Chevalerie.. , was  ...   met in 1794, at the height of the Revolution.. Both were already devoted to the Sacred Heart and were inspired to work together to found a new order.. During Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve in 1800 they made their vows and became the first members of a community that would carry the Good News all over the world.. After the Revolution and the fall of Napoleon, the Congregation was formally approved by the Pope as a single institute composed of two branches of religious, one male and the other female, and a lay branch.. From the beginning the Congregation grew rapidly, first in France and then throughout the world: the Pacific, Europe, South and North America, Asia and Africa..

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  • Title: Saint Damien
    Descriptive info: Saint Damien.. St.. Damien, a member of the.. of Jesus and Mary, worked on the island of Hawaii for eight years before volunteering in 1873 to work at a leprosy colony on Molokai, where he served as pastor, doctor and counsellor to some 800 patients.. In 1884 he contracted leprosy but, refusing to leave the island for treatment, continued to work until the month before his death at age 49 in 1889.. Pope Benedict the XVI said at his canonisation in October 2009, St.. Damien "invites us to open our eyes toward the 'leprosies' that disfigure the humanity of our brothers and sisters and that today still call, more than for our generosity, for the charity of our serving presence.. Visit his dedicated sites today:.. Damien Today.. Damien Centre.. (Acton, West London).. Leper Priest blogspot.. Resource on Damien for Secondary school students is available by.. clicking here.. Eustáquio van Lieshout ss.. Blessed.. Eustáquio van Lieshout.. (November 3, 1890-August 30, 1943) was a.. Dutch.. missionary.. in.. Brazil.. , and a religious and priest of the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts.. He was born as.. Huub van Lieshout.. Aarle-Rixtel.. in the.. diocese of 's-Hertogenbosch.. in the province of.. North Brabant.. of the.. Netherlands.. While still a young priest in.. Europe.. , in recognition of his work, the.. King of Belgium.. knighted him in the.. Order of Leopold.. He was pastor for a while of.. Roelofarendsveen.. in the Netherlands.. Career in Brazil.. Van Lieshout, with two other SS.. priests and three brothers, arrived in Brazil in 1925, in response to the call of a local bishop.. There he tried  ...   this, tremendous crowds followed him everywhere.. Brazilian authorities became so alarmed that they ordered him out of towns and villages.. No one had anything against this priest, but they were afraid of the crowds and the troubles that would follow.. The Cardinal Archbishop of Rio de Janeiro instructed him to leave the capital city by midnight.. Subsequently, a fanatical crowd blocked traffic and invaded church rectories looking for him.. Somehow, he managed to find a hiding place and passed a year in peace and happiness.. His final appointment was as pastor of.. Belo Horizonte.. , where he lived the last two years of his life.. He was given an assistant who was able to control the crowds.. No one was permitted to enter the rectory without a card of introduction.. In this fashion, Father Eustáquio was able to give himself altogether to the work of his parish.. After a week of sickness caused by an insect bite, he died on August 30, 1943.. At his death, on his body, was found a penitential pointed iron chain, buried so deep in his flesh that it could not be removed without making wounds.. Miracles.. are attributed to him.. Beatification.. Following a December 19, 2005 rescript from the Holy See declaring authentic a miracle attributed to his intercession, Father Eustáquio was beatified on the.. Feast of Corpus Christi.. , June 15, 2006, in Belo Horizonte, Brazil at a liturgy conducted by.. Walmor de Oliveira de Azevedo.. , Metropolitan Archbishop of Belo Horizonte, and presided over by Cardinal.. José Saraiva Martins.. , Prefect of the.. Congregation for the Causes of Saints..

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  • Title: Newsletters
    Descriptive info: Newsletters.. Brothers Provincial Newsletter.. Lay Associate Newsletter (UK Branch).. The Granary Spring 2010.. Spring Edition 2009.. Christmas Newsletter 2010.. Spring Edition 2010.. Summer Newsletter 2011.. Spring Edition 2011.. Christmas Newsletter 2011.. Autumn Edition 2011.. Summer Newsletter 2012.. Spring Edition 2012.. Christmas Newsletter 2012.. Autumn Edition 2012.. Summer Newsletter 2013..

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  • Title: Prayer
    Descriptive info: Prayer.. The Stations of the Cross.. (or Way of the Cross; in Latin, Via Crucis; also called the Via Dolorosa or Way of Sorrows, or simply, The Way) is a series of artistic representations, very often sculptural, depicting Christ Carrying the Cross to his crucifixion in the final hours (or Passion) of Jesus before he died, and the devotions using that series to commemorate the Passion, often moving physically around a set of stations.. Click here to Experience the Stations of the Cross this Lent.. FAITH AND REASON:.. Barron (pictured right) is asked about the relationship between faith and reason.. And, specifically, what do we do when our reason has reached its limit? Fr.. Barron has some helpful.. insights as to how we think about both.. Although you may have heard a lot of discussion about the relationship between faith and reason before, Fr.. Barron delivers some unique insights.. Check it out here.. PRAYER FOR THE ELECTION OF THE NEW POPE:.. Heavenly Father, We, the People of God, gathered in solidarity as did the disciples in the Upper Room, pray for the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the cardinals who will be in conclave for the election of the next Vicar of our Lord Jesus Christ.. May the hearts of our cardinals be open to the wisdom of the Holy Spirit, beyond any human judgment, to elect the candidate most pleasing to You, Heavenly Father, and who will guide the Church at this momentous time in history at the beginning of the Third Millennium.. We invoke our Mother Mary, united in prayer with the disciples in the Upper Room, to intercede for our cardinals to select the next Holy Father in docility to the promptings of the Holy Spirit, her divine Spouse.. Holy Mary, Mother of God and of the Church, we entrust this conclave to your maternal and Immaculate Heart, and offer these prayers for your guidance and protection over the choosing of the next Vicar of your Son:.. 1 Our Father.. 1 Hail  ...   we can find our own way best suited to our personality and the stage of life we are at.. When the Apostles asked Jesus to teach them how to pray he taught them the ‘Our Father.. ’ Each line of this prayer, indeed each word is a disposition or attitude we should have towards God and others.. For example the ‘Our’ should remind us among other things that we are all Sisters and Brothers of Christ under one Father in the Holy Spirit.. This leads on to reminding us of the gifts and graces such relationships entail as well as the obligations.. Both communal (the Sacraments, Prayer Groups etc) and personal prayer are necessary.. P.. rayer can generally be divided in to three groups: vocal, meditative and contemplative prayer.. The divisions are not hard and fast and flow into each other, for example praying the Rosary may lead to meditation on one of the mysteries.. Meditation, usually consists of reflection on a piece of scripture using.. Lectio Divina, Ignation.. or similar type methods.. Here, our own, imagination, emotions, will, desires etc are more at play while in contemplation we become more passive and allow God to become more active.. As St John of the Cross reminds us: Contemplation is nothing other than a secret, peaceful and loving inflow of God, which if not hampered inflames the soul in the Spirit of love:.. “Seek in reading and you will find in meditation,.. Knock in prayer and it will be opened to you in.. Contemplation.. ”.. ….. Click here.. The Father is Very Fond of Me.. Silence with God:.. We do not create it,.. We never ‘achieve’ it,.. We cannot possess it,.. We simply enter it.. It is a gift.. “.. God does not ask anything else of you except.. That you let yourself go.. and let God be God in you.. There where clinging to things ends,.. God begins.. Meister Echart.. “The contemplative impulse is the refusal.. to rest in anything less than the presence.. of God..

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