2021 Multicultural Mass
On Wednesday, October 6, 2021 the ECS students led the Eucharist at Sacred Heart. With the beautiful music and prayers, the students did an amazing job integrating their cultures at Mass!
Are you wondering how to heal this fractured world? Watch this video from Dr. Russell, about our Master’s program Cor Unum. Visit our Cor Unum page by visiting www.shsst.edu/cor-unum.
What is your Powerful Question? The question that runs through your life, unites your gifts to your passion, serves as the lens through which you view your role in God’s plan? Watch this video to learn more from Dr. Olesnavage, who founded the program and teaches at Sacred Heart.
Interview with Archbishop Pierre
Archbishop Christophe Pierre, apostolic nuncio to the United States, met with the press while he was at SHSST to deliver a lecture on Nov. 8, 2017. WISN 12 interview.
How do you foster resilience during a crisis? The Higher Learning Commission recently asked member schools that question. Our answer is that resilience has to be a communal effort with a focus on the common good. Check out this quick video highlight.
From Darkness to Light
These have been challenging times but our faith reminds us to have hope! We are grateful for the work of our faculty and staff that allowed us to pivot to on-line learning in the spring, and now to provide a safe in-person learning environment. This video was produced by Joe Hilke, the father of a staff member, as a message of hope during the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fall 2021 Dehon Lecture
“The Sacred Heart and Divine Mercy: a comparison and contrast between these two streams of spirituality in the life of the Church.” This was the topic of Wednesday’s Dehon Lecture at Sacred Heart. The morning presenter was Dr. Robert Stackpole. A former Anglican priest, he converted to Roman Catholicism in 1994 and holds a Doctorate in Theology from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in Rome (the “Angelicum”).
Spring 2021 Dehon Lecture
Bishop Joseph N. Perry, JCL, the auxiliary bishop of Chicago, was the presenter at our 2021 Spring Dehon Lecture titled “Canonization of Fr. Augustus Tolton: Significance for Race Relations & Interculturality”.
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Respondents and Q&A
Dehon Lecture Respondents: Ms. Celia Jackson and Dr. Paul Monson
Followed by a Question and Answer session with Bishop Perry, Ms. Jackson, and Dr. Monson.
2021 Spring Social Justice Conversation
Casa Maria Catholic Worker
Join the Intercultural Preparation for Ministry and the Peace and Justice Department for a social justice conversation with Amada Morales and Lincoln Rice, volunteers from Casa Maria Catholic Worker, in Milwaukee.