We are Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston

Reaching out in circles
of unifying love

We are Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston

Living our spirituality with
our feet on the street

We are Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston

Serving God and
our community

We are Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston

Reaching out in circles of unifying love

We are Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston

Living our spirituality with our feet on the street

We are Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston

Serving God and our community

Who We Are…

Celebrating more than 145 years of service in the community, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston are ordinary women from all walks of life.

We work for unity and reconciliation where there is brokenness, helping people become whole and holy, individually and together. Also known as the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph (CSJ), we are a Catholic community with over 500 women who are sisters, associates, agregees and volunteers sharing in Christ’s mission of unifying love.

With the Apostolic Letter “Patris Corde” (“With a Father’s Heart”), Pope Francis recalls the 150th anniversary of the declaration of Saint Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church. To mark the occasion, the Holy Father has proclaimed a “Year of Saint Joseph” from December 8, 2020, to December 8, 2021.
CSJ Archivist, Katie McNally, created the exhibit (below), which focuses on the seven characteristics that Pope Francis attributes to St. Joseph in his letter. Artifacts from the Boston CSJ Archives were used to reflect Pope Francis’ words.

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Our Ministries

We fulfill our mission through a diversity of ministries inspired by the ever-changing needs of the Church and the world; we build right relationships and community where we live and work.

These ministries address the interconnectedness of housing, literacy, justice and peace, education, healthcare and more. They embrace our core values of gracious hospitality, love and service of the dear neighbor without distinction, peaceful resolution of conflict, and care for all God’s creation.

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