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Thursday, April 28, 2016

New Book just translated and worth reading

There is a new book out on the History of the Society of the Sacred Heart that I have now on my I-pad and am loving it. Here is what our Provincial webpage has to announce it:

The Society of the Sacred Heart in the World of Its Times

Monique Luirard, RSCJ
by Monique Luirard, RSCJ(1943-2013), Professor emerita at the Institute of Political Studies of Lille, France, historian, specialist in the history of World War II and religious history Translated by Frances Gimber, RSCJ Preface by Clare Pratt, RSCJ
It tells the story of all the changes in the Society from the death of our foundress, St. Madeleine Sophie, up to 2000. If you love the Society or just love to read history, this is a book you will enjoy. In the meantime, we are excited about the book signing we will be having at Carrollton with six of us who wrote about our own prayer in the book, "Seeking the One Whom We Love: How RSCJ Pray." The six of us have some connection with Carrollton and that is why we were invited.

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