"Radically Transforming Community"
July 8-10, 2022
Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch
What does it look like to belong to a diverse, compassionate and engaged community in the spirit of unifying love? Join members of our “charism family” — sisters, associates, agrégées, St. Joseph Workers, partners in mission —to break open the idea of community, discover what is emerging, and shape the path to transforming who we are together at Event 2022: Radically Transforming Community.
This in-person gathering in St. Louis is an opportunity not only to talk about community but to experience it as well. Hear inspiring keynote speakers and panelists. Engage in meaningful conversation. Deepen relationships and build new ones. Encounter community advocates working to transform the carceral system and end cash bail, continuing the charism’s commitment to care for prisoners and uplift human dignity.
Want to learn more about Event 2022? Join us on Tuesday, February 8 for our informational webinar where we will answer any and all questions you have about the event. Register for the webinar here.
Registration for Event 2022 will open Tuesday, February 22. We will provide all necessary links here.
Olga Marina Segura is a writer and the opinion editor at National Catholic Reporter. She is also the author of a landmark book – Birth of A Movement: Black Lives Matter and the Catholic Church – examining the founders of the Black Lives Matter movement and the Catholic Church’s involvement with slavery. Her writing has appeared in The Guardian, Latino Rebels, Shondaland, Sojourners, Refinery29, and The Revealer.
Sr. Lynn M. Levo, CSJ, PhD is a true triple threat: licensed psychologist, lecturer and consultant. She has presented nationally and internationally to women and men religious, intercommunity novitiates and seminaries, on fostering healthy relationships, mutuality in community, collaborative leadership, and the call to be evolutionaries.