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  • Isabelle Lagneau, RSCJ

    Sophie's Educational Vision - A Call to Form Advocates of God's Creation 
    Society of the Sacred Heart, General Council Member 

    Isabelle Lagneau is graduated in philosophy from Jean Moulin University in Lyon and in literature from Grenoble University. She has a master's in theology from the Centre Sèvres,, the Jesuit philosophy and theology University in Paris. She taught Philosophy and French in Sacred Heart High Schools (Grenoble and Chatenay Malabry), was chaplain for Catholic students from Grenoble University and Paris Schools of engineers, was in charge of the Network of Sacred Heart Schools of France, directed the RSCJ spiritual center of Joigny, and worked as a spiritual director in the Centre d'Etudes Pedagogiques Ignatien (CEPI) the French Jesuit Professional Center of formation for mission. She was a spiritual director and gave Ignatian Spiritual Exercises. Isabelle will share her vision of Sacred Heart Spirituality, its roots in Sophie's charism and its call to Sacred Heart Educators today to form students as people of discernment capable making choices to build a world rooted in justice, peace and integrity of creation. 

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  • Martin G. Poulsom SDB

    University of Roehampton, Humanities, Faculty Member

    Martin is a member of the Salesians of Don Bosco, a Roman Catholic religious order that specializes in youth work. He is currently lecturing in systematic theology, creation and theological anthropology, theology of religious life and on the science/religion debate in the context of the encounter between theism and atheism. 

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  • Elizabeth Rush

    Author of Rising, Dispatches from the New American Shore

    A 2019 Pulitzer Finalist, Elizabeth is a visiting instructor at Brown University. She teaches courses on writing and reading literary nonfiction. Her own work explores how humans adapt to changes enacted upon them by forces seemingly beyond their control, from ecological transformation to political revolution. 
Schools of the Sacred Heart share in the educational mission of the Society of the Sacred Heart as articulated in the Goals and Criteria. The structure supporting Sacred Heart education in Canada and the United States includes the Conference of Sacred Heart Education and the Network of Sacred Heart Schools.  Together they provide services and programs to ensure vitality of mission for the member schools sponsored by the Society of the Sacred Heart.