Anti-Human Trafficking

On Sunday, January 12, 2020, about 100 supporters gathered at the Motherhouse of the Sisters of St. Joseph for the 11th Annual Prayer Vigil for an End to Human Trafficking. Mary Jane Cavallo, SNDdeN, welcomed those gathered on behalf of the five congregations from the Boston Anti-Trafficking Coalition committee.

Reflection & Prayer to End Human Trafficking
January 11 – February 8, 2020

Corporate Stance Against Human Trafficking (March 29, 2009)

We, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston, whose mission of unity and reconciliation impels us to promote right relationships, denounce the slavery of human trafficking in all its forms in every place where it exists.

We commit:

  • to educate ourselves and others about the causes, consequences and magnitude of human trafficking
  • to work to eliminate the root causes of human trafficking
  • to minister to victims of human trafficking in collaboration with others
  • to use our strength as consumers and investors to promote a just society that eliminates the incentives for human trafficking

To learn more about Human Trafficking contact betty.cawley@csjboston.org