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Justice, Peace, Integrity of Creation

A blog by Brother Warren Perrotto, M.S.C.

Reflections on my Vocation as a Missionary of the Sacred Heart Brother

When you first enter a formation program to the Consecrated Life, you are usually filled with much idealism about your vocation. As time passes, through God’s grace of perseverance and faithfully living the vowed live, that idealism begins to take on a clearer and more realistic view of the vocation. This idealism is never...

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Last of the Last

In the southern region of Mtwara, Tanzania, a mother of two children hears pounding on her door from a group of masked men, whose intent is to kidnap her two daughters who have albinism. Albinism is a genetically inherited abnormality. A person is born with a lack of pigment in the skin, hair, and eyes. Persons with albinism...

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The Injustice of Sweatshops and Exploitation

With so much emphasis on justice and the protection of human rights in this 21st century, it is hard to believe that a substantial number of manufacturers maintain a subhuman environment for their workers. Such is the reality of sweatshops. They continue to pose a great problem globally. In previous issues of JPIC Corner, we...

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About Us

The Missionaries of the Sacred Heart (MSC) are a community of priests and brothers who are dedicated to sharing the love and mercy of the Sacred Heart of Jesus with the world. This blog by Brother Warren Perrotto, MSC, shares the truths of Catholic social teaching, justice, and the inherent dignity of all life.

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