CSJ’s Endorse Catholic Non-Violence Initiative

An Appeal to the Catholic Church to Re-Commit to the Centrality of Gospel Non-Violence As Christians committed to a more just and peaceful world we are called to take a clear stand for creative and active nonviolence and against all forms of violence. With this conviction, and in recognition of the Jubilee Year of Mercy […]

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Sisters and Associates Stand With and For Marginalized Populations at Women’s Marches

Over 80 sisters and associates from our founding communities of Cleveland, Wichita, Nazareth (in Kalamazoo, Mich.), and LaGrange Park (just outside of Chicago) participated in the Women’s Marches on January 21st, to stand with and for all marginalized populations. While the reasons for attending were as varied as the women who participated, to paraphrase Father […]

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Congregation supports LCWR and Bishops in immigration/refugee stance

We, the Congregation of St. Joseph, stand for inclusive love and unity – one with God, one with each other, and one with all creation. We stand with the Leadership Conference of Women Religious and the US Conference of Bishops in strongly disagreeing with the Executive Order’s halting refugee admissions. We, along with the Leadership […]

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