In the traditional understanding, leadership has often been considered the forte of a few – those at the head of an organization or having a position of authority.  With ... read more

At the U. S. Federation of Sisters of St. Joseph Novitiate House, which moved to Chicago on rotation from Orange, Calif., in the summer of 2011, six dynamic women are wrapping ... read more

The US Federation is pleased to announce that on May 22, at 2pm central time, there will be a live presentation on Human Trafficking, entitled “Human Trafficking, Imagine What a ... read more

Congress is now engaged in the discussion of immigration reform. A bipartisan group of eight senators has released a framework for immigration reform legislation. Advocates report that the plan presents ... read more

In December 2013 the US Federation of the Sister of St Joseph will begin its Leadership Development Program for sisters, agrégées and associates under 62 years of age.&... read more

  From March 5 to 15, 2013, eight young women from Mexico participated in a life event at the UN.  Marie Jose Oliver de la Mora, summarized her experience.  “Being ... read more

The Sisters of St Joseph of Baden are addressing the significant needs of the growing Latino immigrant population, particularly the youth, in the Pittsburgh area. These families have expressed a ... read more

a gathering of Sisters of St. Joseph Vocation & Formation Ministers “Together we are discerning new attractions; the Spirit of God is seeking to create anew in our lives, ... read more

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After the devastating earthquake that impacted Haiti, and with the urging of the Sisters of St. Joseph delegate at the United Nations, the US and Canadian Federations of the Sisters ... read more

Are younger members, co-members or associates of our religious communities prepared to meet the demands and challenges of leadership?  Are they leading from a spirituality attuned to global and ... read more

Sr. Sally Hodgdon, Superior General of the Sisters of St Joseph of Chambery, living in Rome, went to St. Peter’s Square when she heard the white smoke had ... read more

Sisters of St Joseph are deeply involved in helping immigrants in many ways.  Through the use of this website and social media, they will continue to reach out to ... read more

In 2009 when Sr. Edna McKeever of Brentwood received a call from Sr. Kathy McCluskey, the Federation Executive Director at the time, little did she know what would be asked of ... read more

At the turn of the century, Sr. Laurentia O'Donnell of Philadelphia, with her unshakable belief in the dignity of every person used to go down to the docks to ... read more

Sisters of St Joseph in the United States have worked with immigrants since their earliest days.  Many of them were immigrants themselves and knew well of the challenges of ... read more

On February 7, more than 150 people came to the motherhouse of the Sisters of St Joseph of Carondelet in South St. Louis for prayer, coffee and conversation with Sister Helen Prejean, ... read more

With a desire to help others better understand the struggles and hopes of their immigrant brothers and sisters, 12 religious communities in Pittsburgh including the Sisters of St. Joseph of Baden ... read more

Inspired and impelled by their experience of living and working with people living in poverty, the Sisters of St. Joseph at the United Nations have teamed up with other religious ... read more

On October 15, 2004, which is the day every year that Sisters of St Joseph around the globe celebrate their founding in Le Puy, France, the International Center of Saint Joseph opened ... read more

Every 3.6 seconds another person dies of starvation, and most of those are children under the age of 5. More than 50 percent of Africans are afflicted by water related illness. These diseases ... read more

Mother Saint John Marcoux, the founder and first Superior of the Sister of St. Joseph of Chambéry, was born in 1785 in Andance, a small town in the Ardeche ... read more

In 1836, six young and courageous Sisters of St. Joseph crossed the sea from France, making Carondelet, Mo. and Cahokia, Ill. their home for mission. At the turn of the new ... read more

In 2007, the United States Congress declared that each January 11 shall be observed as the National Day of Human Trafficking Awareness.  The member Congregations of the US Federation of the ... read more

What is an agrégée?  This word seems to come up over and over again when Sisters of St. Joseph come together to talk about their ... read more