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Who We Are…

Celebrating 150 years of service in the community, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston are ordinary women from all walks of life.

We are sisters, associates, agregees and partners on a mission. In all we are and do, we hope to be women and men of unifying love, freeing others to be themselves in Christ.

Together, we contribute to a world desperately in need of unity. We are united in this mission with Sisters of St. Joesph and lay partners all over the world.

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3/19: A Grateful & Generous “Yes”

We never know if God might call us to a new vocation in life until we stop and listen. Several years ago, Jean McKinney, CSJ, stopped, listened, and noticed that God was calling her to something new.

Event Dates…

5/3/23 Regional Gratitude Liturgy for Our 150 years in Boston

This Mass is an occasion for us to express our gratitude for the many ways we have been supported in our mission and ministry here in the Archdiocese. We hope you will save these dates and join in this aspect of our 150th celebration.

Summer Retreats at Glastonbury Abbey

The series will explore the dynamics, content and grace of each week of the Spiritual Exercises. Our gathering and interacting will deepen our experiential understanding of the Exercises as they unfold in everyday life and prayer.

7/17/23 Lacemaking Lessons

Join Sister Ann Kaufmann for lacemaking lessons at the Spirituality Center in Newton! NOTE: RSVP required, limited capacity.

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.

“the MORE…”

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“the MORE…” Online Updates

May 2023