“May we be and act in ever-widening circles of love poured out.”

Boston CSJ 140th Anniversary Prayer

“Our life of prayer is a dynamic relationship with God.”

Boston CSJ Constitution

“Enflame our zeal to be a healing presence in our broken world.”

CSSJ US Federation Event 2011 Prayer

“Daring to Continue to Dream – 142 Years and Beyond”

“We assume as part of our mission the development of loving, prayerful, welcoming communities.”

CSJ Constitution, Life in Mission

“We Cherish the Earth as
our Sacred Home. . .”

“…from those to whom we minister we receive more than we give.”

“We fulfill our mission of unity through a diversity of ministries.”

“May we be and act in ever-widening circles of love poured out.”

Boston CSJ 140th Anniversary Prayer

“Our life of prayer is a dynamic relationship with God.”

Boston CSJ Constitution

“Enflame our zeal to be a healing presence in our broken world.”

CSSJ US Federation Event 2011 Prayer

“Daring to Continue to Dream – 142 Years and Beyond”

“We assume as part of our mission the development of loving, prayerful, welcoming communities.”

CSJ Constitution, Life in Mission

“We Cherish the Earth as our Sacred Home. . .”

“…from those to whom we minister we receive more than we give.”

“…from those to whom we minister we receive more than we give.”

We fulfill our mission of unity through a diversity of ministries.

“We fulfill our mission of unity through a diversity of ministries.”

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Celebrate Leadership

On June 24, 2018, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston participated in the Transition of Leadership for their Congregation. Over 500 sisters, associates, colleagues, friends, and family members were present at the CSJ Center at Fontbonne Academy, Milton, Massachusetts, for the celebration. The sisters who have been elected by the Congregation to serve in the ministry of leadership for the next five years are: Lee Hogan, CSJ, Catherine Clifford, CSJ, Marian Batho, CSJ, Judith Costello, CSJ, Betsy Conway, CSJ, and Denise Kelly, CSJ. Click here to view a slideshow of the celebration.

Celebrate Leadership

On June 24, 2018, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston participated in the Transition of Leadership for their Congregation. Over 500 sisters, associates, colleagues, friends, and family members were present at the CSJ Center at Fontbonne Academy, Milton, Massachusetts, for the celebration. The sisters who have been elected by the Congregation to serve in the ministry of leadership for the next five years are: Lee Hogan, CSJ, Catherine Clifford, CSJ, Marian Batho, CSJ, Judith Costello, CSJ, Betsy Conway, CSJ, and Denise Kelly, CSJ. Click here to view a slideshow of the celebration.

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The U.S. Federation of Sisters of St. Joseph Objects to Supreme Court Decision Upholding Administration’s Travel Ban

The U.S. Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph is extremely disappointed with the June 26, 2018, United States Supreme Court Decision in Trump vs. Hawaii, commonly referred to as the travel ban. en. We believe that this travel ban intentionally targets Muslims and that the Court’s decision adds to the climate of fear of Muslims and fuels the flames to anti-Muslim sentiment in the country. As Catholic sisters, our mission is one of unity. We are grounded in a loving relationship with God and neighbor. We live the Gospel values and view each person, regardless of their race, religion, or nation of origin as our dear neighbor, whom we love without distinction. [click above to read full statement]

The U.S. Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph Leadership Council Decries Human Rights Violations at U.S. Border

JUNE 20, 2018: We join with the US Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and Sr. Theresa Maya, the President of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR), and members of many faith traditions in calling for an end to the separation of children from their parents at the border where they are seeking asylum. In May 2018, the U.S. Government began prosecuting migrants who illegally crossed the United States border from  Mexico.  Their children are then detained separately from their parents.

Sisters of St. Joseph name Mary Anne Doyle, CSJ, the new Executive Director of the Corporation for the Sponsored Ministries

JUNE 6, 2018, Brighton, MA: On Monday, June 4, 2018, the Board of Directors of the Corporation for the Sponsored Ministries [CSM] of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston unanimously approved the decision to offer Sister Mary Anne Doyle, CSJ, the position of Executive Director of the Corporation for the Sponsored Ministries. This appointment was affirmed by the CSJ Leadership Team and will be effective in August 2018.

The Literacy Connection, A Ministry of The Sisters of St. Joseph, awarded $100,000

BRIGHTON,  June 4, 2018 – The Literacy Connection, a ministry of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Boston, is one of the 100 local nonprofits to receive grants of $100,000 each through Cummings Foundation’s 100k for 100 program. The Boston-based organization was chosen from a total of 597 applicants, during a competitive review process.

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