“We stand with the poor
in the struggle for justice . . .”

CSJ Constitution, Spirit and Purpose

 

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

     CSJ Constitution, Life in Mission

Supporting and enriching one another
 in community,
we witness the promise
 of the new creation.”

      CSJ Constitution, Spirit and Mission

“We see relationship at the heart of the mission . . .”
CSJ Constitution, Life in Mission

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

CSJ Constitution, Life in Mission

“We devote our life and work to
 realizing the prayer of Christ . . .”

CSJ Constitution, Life in Mission

“We stand with the poor in the struggle for justice . . .”
CSJ Constitution, Spirit and Purpose

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

CSJ Constitution, Life in Mission

Supporting and enriching one another in community, we witness the promise of the new creation.”
  
CSJ Constitution, Spirit and Mission

           

 

 

“We see relationship at the  heart of the mission . . .”
CSJ Constitution, Life in Mission

“We fulfill our mission of unity through a diversity of ministries . . .”
CSJ Constitution, Life in Mission

“We devote our life and work to realizing the prayer of Christ . . .”
CSJ Constitution, Life in Mission

On June 30, 2019, four women, Linda Boothroyd, Joanne Fantini, Joanne Mauldin, and Marianne Miller were accepted as Agrégées with the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston. During the ceremony each candidate vowed to God fidelity to the charism of unifying love in the spirit of the Gospel. Following this, Lee Hogan, CSJ, President, accepted their vows in the name of the Congregation.

Agrégée is a French word meaning “attached to.” This form of relationship dates back to 17th Century France when the Sisters of St. Joseph were founded. The Agrégée relationship is one of several ways people participate in the Family of Joseph. These include Sisters, Associates, Agrégées, Partners in Mission, and the many friends to whom the Spirit has given the charism. To learn more about these relationships visit click here.

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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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