RSCJ live in diverse settings in Uganda and Kenya, and in diverse community and culture. We share our desire to discover and make known God’s love, with all our, neighbours and collaborators. 

Our main ministry is Education; teaching the child as a whole person. We focus on the learner’s potentials and drawing out the best from him/her so that she/he can be of value to the world.

Our education is beyond classroom, it focuses on nurturing the learner’s potentials and drawing out the best from the learners so that they can be of value to the society. 


The new members of the Provincial Council. 

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Sacred Heart of Jesus and Saints Peter and Paul at Kangole Girls Secondary School. 

As the culture of the school, the ceremony began with the Eucharistic celebration that was led by His Lordship, Bishop.His Lordship, Bishop… Read more

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Sr. Rose Banura celebrates her Golden Jubilee as a Religius of The Sacret Heart os Jesus

… My religious life has been strengthened by the changes of the Society according to the second Vatican council which asked us as a Society of the Sacred Heart to change from living life as half contemplative and half apostolic to fully choosing fully apostolic and fully contemplative in action.  … Read more


Why a call for baking at St. Charles Lwanga Kalungu GTC  

Breakfast is always sweet when you have something to accompany your tea  … Read more

As educators, we are engaged in a variety of ministries such as; 

  • Education

  • Health

  • Spiritual direction

  • Social work

  • Pastoral work

 Education ministry; we are involved in teaching & formation; we run schools and work in universities, support vulnerable groups, and provide adult education to school drop outs and women.

Health ministrywe provide health care, Psychological and psychosocial services to the vulnerable members of the society.

Spiritual direction; we give retreats and spiritual accompaniment

Social work; we work and accompany the rejected members of the society

Pastoral work; we participate in catechetical, visiting the sick and the elderly, parish, and diocesan work.