Our institute's mission is to manifest to all, especially the poor, the tenderness and mercy of the Father revealed in Jesus.
This mission is seen through the diverse works the sisters do in Diocese of Alexandria-Cornwall, finding its origin and charism from their foundress, Angelique Le Sourd.
On April 25, 1816, Angélique Le Sourd and her three companions marked forever the history of Brittany in France. The Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (Les Soeurs du Sacré-Coeur de Jésus) devoted themselves to education, care of the sick, and the service of the local Church, remaining attentive to every distress.In 1854, the decree of Napoleon IIIauthorizes the Institute as a Congregation.
Sr. Suzanna Cormier Sr. Louise Bazinet Sr. Jeannine Bissonnette Sr. GisèLe Lalonde
Spiritual animator of Cathecist Spiritual and liturgy animator Communion minister
Sr. Georgette Thibault Sr. Élianne D'Amour Sr. Carmen Charlebois
Talented artist and cook Licensed nurse Executive of the Vie Montante
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