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

Boston CSJ 140th Anniversary Prayer

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

CSJ Constitution, Life in Mission

“We continue to live among the people
and offer our lives in love and service”

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

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

“We continue to live among the people
and offer our lives in love and service.”

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

Boston CSJ 140th Anniversary Prayer

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

CSJ Constitution, Life in Mission

“We continue to live among the people and offer our lives in love and service”

 

 

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

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

“We continue to live among the people and offer our lives in love and service.”

Please enjoy the following reflection from Jean McKinney, CSJ, as she prepares to profess first vows with the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston. Throughout the months of February and March, we have shared videos, photos, and personal narratives from sisters and laypeople who work with us by posting on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and our website. We hope others who work with or have been impacted by Catholic sisters will join the conversation and share their stories as well by using the hashtags #MeetASisterBeInspired #NationalCatholicSistersWeek. For more about National Catholic Sisters Week visit http://nationalcatholicsistersweek.org/about.php

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Reflection and Prayer to End Human Trafficking as Boston Area Religious Women Host Prayer Vigil

In 2007 the U.S. Senate designated January 11th as a National Day of Human Trafficking Awareness in an effort to raise consciousness about this global, national and local issue. Included in this message is a “Reflection and Prayer” to End Human Trafficking. This prayer extends from January 11, 2019, which is Human Trafficking Awareness day, through February 8, 2019, the feast of St. Josephine Bakhita. We are grateful to the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange, CA, who designed this calendar and offer it for the use of all.

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