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The Stuart Center is a project of the Society of the Sacred Heart to foster a more just society through educational initiatives, technology and leadership development in collaboration with social justice, religious and nonprofits groups whose mission is aligned with that of the Society of the Sacred Heart.

From the Director

As part of our firm commitment to justice and environmental sustainability locally, domestically and abroad, we are happy to announce that The Stua

Educational Initiatives & Leadership

International Workshop on Migration & Human Trafficking: Sign up today!

The Popular Education Network of the Religious of the Sacred Heart, in collaboration with ARISE (A Resource in Serving Equity) of Alamo, Texas and MACC (Mexican American Catholic College) of San Antonio, Texas are pleased to offer the 6th Continental Meeting of Popular Education, Migration, Immigration & Human Trafficking: Crossing Frontiers-Connecting Humanity. 

Justice, Peace & the Integrity of Creation

Human Trafficking and the Super Bowl

Human Trafficking experts agree that there is an uptick in human trafficking around big sporting events but they want to caution us not to get lulled into thinking that it is an issue that can be addressed on only one day of the year.




In 1992, I started working at Rachel’s Women’s Center in Washington, DC. I had a dream but it took a few years to know where I would be going. ...

CEDC (nonprofit web & graphic design)

Catholic Mobilizing Network

The Catholic Mobilizing Network was outgrowing their Wordpress site and needed a CMS that would make it easier to weave together a variety of interrelated content: News, actions, resources, events, statements, and resources that could all be cross-referenced by state and issue.

Meetings & Conference Facilities

Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary Embracing New Technologies

A recent gathering of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, held in the Stuart Center's Collins Room, begs us to ask the question: What ...

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