The Justice Office of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet and Consociates expresses the profound love of God and love of the dear neighbor without distinction through working for systemic change and promoting justice. By involving the community in education, advocacy, and action, we seek to meet the needs of our time.
Marty Roers, Justice Director
Marty has local Minnesotan roots and promotes justice from local, national, and global perspectives. He has previously served as the Parish and Community Education, Engagement, and Leadership Manager at Catholic Charities Office for Social Justice of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Marty is particularly drawn to the CSJ mission, their grassroots model of promoting justice through working and task groups, and the charism of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet and Consociates which is deeply rooted in justice and the “profound love of God and love of neighbor without distinction.”
Ashley Lopez, Justice Associate
My name is Ashley Lopez, and I am overjoyed and grateful to be joining the CJS Justice Office! I have spent my career working in education, social service and youth development, and I am currently pursuing a Masters in Advocacy and Political Leadership at Metropolitan State University. I have always been deeply passionate about social justice issues, and I am ready to take my career in a new direction which allows me to focus on what is most important to me.
Karina Sieber, St. Joseph Worker Intern
Karina Sieber is the 2020-21 St. Joseph Worker with the CSJ Justice Office and Celeste’s Dream! A recent St. Olaf graduate with a degree in psychology, her personal interests lie in exploring how connectedness to self, each other, and the land to which we belong can lead us along paths of individual and collective healing. Karina is particularly grateful to be exploring, witnessing, and creating methods of empowerment and transformation with the CSJ community this year!