Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart celebrates 100 years of bringing Christ’s heart into the world

When the Religious of the Sacred Heart founded their Sacred Heart School in Washington, D.C., in September 1923, transcontinental airmail service and sound-on-film technology were both in their early stages of development. That same year, Babe Ruth helped the Yankees win their first World Series, the Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio was founded, and the U.S. attorney general declared that it was legal for women to wear trousers anywhere – although the only pants worn by the students at the Sacred Heart School were the dark blue bloomers that were a part of their athletic uniform.

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