What is the vocation?
“Fear not: for I have redeemed thee, I have called thee by thy name; thou art mine.” (Isaiah 43:1)
God loves, supports and inspires every person. Everyone has their own place, mission and calling in life. These callings are different. For instance, the majority of people are created to live a family existence, but Jesus has called on a few to follow a different path: the religious life.
If you feel that Jesus is the centre of your life, if you yearn to follow Him more closely and serve others, then it may be that you have a vocation for the religious life.
We live an apostolic life as sisters of the Sacred Heart (Sacré Coeur), which means that active external activities derive from our contemplative prayer. Our spirituality is a character of Saint Ignatius and it derives from the conviction that God has HEART, which he expressed and expresses in His manifestation towards all people. The focus of our diverse external activities is determined by our mission, the ministering of education. Our Congregation is international and with papal authority.
If you are a generous-spirited, courageous woman, single in the eyes of the church, and aged between 22-35, and you are not deterred by challenges (for example, learning languages, extensive training periods etc.) then it is worth writing to us to see whether your calling draws you to the Sacré Coeur congregation.
Kata Heim RSCJ, vocation director
facebook: Magdolna.Zsófia Sacré Coeur
Heim Katalin RSCJ
We have certain friends who, while not feeling the religious call, still would like to belong to us in a closer sense, to live in our spirit and to give to others. They have the opportunity of joining the Associated Membership. After two years of preparatory work, they make a pledge each year. They regularly meet and increasingly immerse themselves in the spirituality of the Society of the Sacred Heart.
If you are interested in the Affiliated Membership, please contact:
Rita Szentistványi RSCJ