The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet and Consociates commit to continuing Jesus’ mission in the world by responding to the needs of our time.
In the spirit of the Gospel, we work toward right relationships with God, persons, and Earth.
Moving always toward the profound love of God and love of neighbor without distinction.
Blessing Others Through Our Words and Deeds
The CSJ Justice Offices wish you and all your loved ones a “blessed” Thanksgiving. This national holiday is, for us, more than a good meal and a chance to count our personal blessings, but an opportunity to seek God’s grace in our lives while blessing others through our words and deeds. We ask you to join us in considering how we might be present to our dear neighbor including:
We find ourselves reflecting on the current work of Congress and the 2017 Tax Bill. Will this legislation “bless” the most vulnerable in our nation? If you would like more information, we invite you to visit NETWORK. If you are moved to act, we invite you to contact your members of Congress, and especially your U.S. Senators, to promote a just tax bill that will benefit all of us.
Participate in the mission and spirituality of the Sisters of St. Joseph and Consociate community. Rooted in Catholic Christian faith, we welcome people from all spiritual traditions.
Consociates are women and men of diverse life-styles and spiritual traditions committed to living the mission of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet (CSJ) within the context of their lives and responsibilities.
The Hedgerow Initiative offers sustained, systematic programming in feminist theological education, spiritual integration, and leadership for a just and holy world.
The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet and Consociates educates, advocates, and takes action to promote justice. Our work is rooted in the gospel call to social justice and the struggle to be prophetic signs of unity in our world.
Learning In Style School (LIS) was founded to provide quality education in English, math, computer and citizenship to adult immigrants and refugees living in the metropolitan area.
The St. Joseph Worker Program empowers women committed to social change to respond to the needs of the times. While committing to a year of service, St. Joseph Workers grow in the areas of justice, leadership, spirituality, and living simply in an intentional community.
Wisdom Ways Center for Spirituality offers programs to explore the spiritual dimensions of contemporary life for women and men and to reimagine and embody all that we can be as agents of transformation in church and society.