In March 2017, several members of the CSJ Justice and Peace International Commission attended the United Nations 2017 Commission on the Status of Women. The theme for the Commission was “Women's ... read more

Whether weeding gardens, feeding chickens or speaking to students, Sister Lyn Szymkiewicz finds God in all of creation.  “There is a rhythm, a language that emanates from Earth. ... read more

Living up to its mission and vision, the International Center truly has become the place where the Global Family of St Joseph gathers to explore our rich history, deepen our ... read more

Olga Bonfiglio will become the first Associate to serve on the staff of the International Center in Le Puy.  “I’ve always wanted to live in Europe ... read more

March 2017 brought together sisters, associates, and Mission Haiti staff for another look at the Federation initiative to sponsor 10 girls from elementary through secondary school and beyond. Mary El-len O’... read more

People often ask if there is a Federation in Latin America like we have in the United States and Canada.  The answer is no but the logic behind it ... read more

Our planet is the most amazing place for life and human race. With the emergence of the concept of state and kingdom, the human communities barricaded itself with political and ... read more

The premises of the United Nations (UN) embodies a world without borders, symbolizing unity and fraternity. Being at UN broadens our horizons and makes us feel that we are ONE ... read more

“The connections between ecology, economics, and racism are key in understanding our charism and ministry as justice coordinators,” said Sr. Mary Ellen Gondeck after returning from a significant ... read more

On January 12, 2017 we last updated you on the US Federation of the Sisters of St Joseph Organizational Audit.  A lot has happened since then that we want to share. ... read more

The Leadership Council had a full agenda when it met in mid-February in Los Angeles for its winter two-day meeting.  The work is intense and it is always challenging ... read more

How do you eat an elephant? That is how Sister Mary McGlone describes the huge undertaking of her project for the U.S. Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph&... read more

The Life Long Formation Committee spent four days in Los Angeles in February.  It was a good thing that it rained and was overcast for most of the meeting ... read more

For the past five years many of our friends have joined the US Federation of the Sisters of St Joseph by praying for 10 young women in Haiti and assisting us ... read more

Last week, we shared the story of our presence at the Women’s March on Washington where we stood for issues of immigrants and asylum seekers among the many ... read more

Over 120 Sisters of St. Joseph participated in the Women’s March on Washington. It was a powerful sign of unity of over 1 million people of good will who are ... read more

Over 120 Sisters of St Joseph, Associates, Partners in Ministry and Friends made their way from across the country to the Women’s March on Washington DC on January 21, 2017.  ... read more

For many years, Sisters of St Joseph in the United States have lived out of our corporate stance advocating for immigrants and asylum seekers.  Those advocacy efforts continue to ... read more

On November 17, 2016, the Federation website updated the progress made at the Leadership Assembly on moving the organizational audit to its next steps.  Part of those next steps including forming ... read more

Prevention of human trafficking is something near and dear to the hearts of all Sisters of St Joseph, their Associates and Partners in Ministry.  President Barack Obama has declared ... read more

  The US Federation of the Sisters of St Joseph is a small organization with a big heart.  Throughout the years, when there is a need to get things ... read more

There will be nearly 250 million migrants in the world by end of 2016.  Sr. Justine Gitanjali Senapati, our representative at the UN shared, “It is important for Sisters of ... read more

In November, 2016 the Leadership Assembly adopted the Unified Vision for Life Long Formation Part I- Initial Formation to address the continuum of services and best practices desired for the US ... read more

Lay leaders from CSSJ congregations and ministries throughout the U.S gathered at the Carondelet Hospitality Center in Latham, New York from November 7th through 11th, for Spirits on Fire!, ... read more

The Leadership Collaborative is a working group of women’s religious congregations and organizations committed to developing the capacity for transformational leadership among women religious, their associates and their ... read more