As part of the  U.S. Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph,
the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston
Stand Against the Racism and Misogyny
Directed Towards the Asian-American and Pacific Island Communities 

The U.S. Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph joins the Leadership Conference of Women Religious in condemning racism and sexism in all their harmful forms — whether the violent acts of white supremacists and misogynists or the daily acts of hate and discrimination that diminish us all.

We grieve with the citizens of Atlanta and the Asian-American and Pacific Island communities. We mourn with those who have lost loved ones to hateful acts of violence, with all who live in fear, and with all whose dignity is threatened by xenophobia and chauvinism. We lament the racism and sexism that continue to afflict our communities, threaten neighbors, and denigrate all we hold dear.

We acknowledge our own complicity in institutional racism and sexism. We vow to use our Gospel Charism and mission of unifying love for the healing and transformation of the world to commit ourselves to cleanse our hearts and rid our land of these twin evils. We promise to continue to our collective voice and energy to build God’s beloved community where all are one.

Please find our full statement here: Atlanta_CVS_3242021. You can also find the statement here on the CSSJ Federation website, which also features link to organizations that support the AAPI community.



 The U.S. Federation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph is a dynamic union of all the Sisters of Saint Joseph of the United States who claim a common origin in the foundation at LePuy, France in 1650.
Today, there are over 3,500 vowed members as well as 3,025 associates and 33 agrégées in the United States.
Worldwide there are over 10,749 Sisters of Saint Joseph and 4,399 associates in over 50 countries.