Chapel of the Sister Servants of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus (Sercanki) - Shrine of St. John Paul II, Krakow, POLAND
We, the Sister Servants of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus are a contemplative-active, pontifical, Franciscan Religious Congregation founded by St. Joseph Sebastian Pelczar and Blessed Klara Szczesna in 1894 in Krakow, Poland. By our prayer and apostolic service, we are devoted to extending the Kingdom of Love of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus everywhere.
We are an international Congregation serving in Poland, Ukraine, Italy, France, Bolivia, Argentina, Jamaica, West Indies, and the United States.
Our American Province is engaged in teaching and catechesis, nursing and personal care, parish ministry, kitchen and clothing outreach to the poor, evangelization of homes and families, especially through the Enthronement of the Sacred Heart and pastoral visits, social media outreach, prison ministry, and missionary work in Jamaica. The United States Province of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus is represented in the Dioceses of Altoona-Johnstown, Buffalo, Columbus, Grand Rapids, and Mandeville, Jamaica, West Indies.
St. John Paul II's Meditations on the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus