Explore the Pathway Consociates part of a nontraditional tradition
Consociates part of a nontraditional tradition.
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.
“I was drawn to this community because of environmental justice, social justice, and the work of strong, talented women who simply never, ever give up.”
Connie Bowen CSJ Consociate Candidate
It’s all about the mission for me, ‘loving God and neighbor.’ It’s the greatest commandment and what I have always felt most called.”
Hannah Pierson CSJ Consociate Candidate
“What drew me to the CSJ Community is the Charism of the CSJs, ‘always moving toward profound love of God and dear neighbor without distinction.’ and ‘meeting the needs of the time.’ The CSJs have done so much in this community. I want to help carry their legacy forward.”