Sisters and Students in Crookston Work Together to Fight Human Traffciking

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and Human Trafficking Awareness Month, Student United Way – Crookston Chapter joined forces with the Sisters of St. Joseph to work on a project called S.O.A.P. (Stop Our Adolescents from Prostitution). The students put labels on soaps that contain the National Human Trafficking Hotline. These soaps, along […]

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100 Days of Prayer

Together with the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange, we offer you the calendars below called 100 Days of Prayer. Each day, we invite you to say and reflect on a daily prayer during the new presidential administration’s first 100 days in office. The content encourages unity and reconciliation and offers support to people who […]

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Sisters of St. Joseph Issue Post Election Statement

Calls for Unity, Reconciliation and a National Post-Election Day of Prayer The Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph are calling for all Americans to come together in the spirit of unity and reconciliation and build relationships based on respect. We are also encouraging participation in a National Day of Prayer for Unity and Reconciliation […]

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Congregation Celebrates Founders Day in Service to the Dear Neighbor

Sisters, associates, staff, friends and supporters of the congregation gathered to serve in a day-long celebration of our Founders Day by serving and volunteering in many different ways in cities and communities where we live and minister around the country. Over 800 volunteers participated by working in food pantries, nursing homes, soup kitchens, animal shelters, […]

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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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LCWR Calls for a Return to Civil Discourse

The Leadership Conference of Women Religious has issued a statement urging a return to civility and decency during this presidential campaign in order to promote positive and productive dialogue You can read this Call for Civil Discourse for the Public Good here. In addition, thousands of women religious have signed a letter to the candidates […]

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