Immigration Sanctuary Conference

More than 150 people joined a five-hour conference, held at the Sisters of St. Joseph Renewal Center in Brentwood, to discuss steps to assist undocumented immigrants. Community advocates, religious leaders and concerned citizens responded to a call to assist immigrants in the region, ahead

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Panel Discussion: Laudato Si

The video below is a panel discussion, with experts from across several disciplines, addressing how Laudato Si, On Care for Our Common Home will re-frame the issue of climate change for Catholics and non-Catholics.  The discussion was held at Yale

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Global Climate March

Global Climate March – Sunday, November 29th In the aftermath of the horrific events in Paris, French authorities did not allow the massive march on Nov. 29, the day before the UN Climate Talks begin. Meanwhile, although the situation in Paris

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S. Stella Auricchio: NCR Article

S. Stella Auricchio reflects on a life of teaching, family… Click here for the conversation between Stella Auricchio and S. Camille D’Arienzo.

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Women of Destiny

Sister Jane Reilly, CSJ and Helen Moss, a Sisters of St. Joseph, Brentwood, NY Associate were featured on the internet show “Women of Destiny” on July 25, 2015.

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S. Helen Remembers Bishop Kearney

SISTER HELEN REMEMBERS BISHOP KEARNEY AS “UNCLE RAY” During a trip to Long Island, Currents News Director Ed Wilkinson spoke with the President of the Sisters of St. Joseph, Sister Helen Kearney, the niece of the late Bishop Raymond Kearney,

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CSJ Pilgrimage

CSJ Pilgrimage On July 8, fifteen Sisters of St. Joseph began a pilgrimage to France. Sisters Diane Androvich, Eileen Brennan, Karen Burke, Margaret Biolsi, Maura Costello, Margaret Faherty, Suzanne Franck (group leader), Helen Roberta Hurley, Helen Kearney, Janet Kinney, Filippa

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Message from LI Clean Water Partnership

In this winter weather, it’s important to keep walkways and driveways safe but consider using sand and kitty litter where possible — try to limit using salts and chemicals that wind up in our waters. Thank you!

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CSJs at the People’s Climate March

More than 400,000 people, including many Sisters of St. Joseph, co-ministers, and CSJ school students showed up in the streets of New York on Sunday, Sept. 21st to voice the loudest, strongest, clearest call for action on climate change the world

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Faith leaders urge communities to embrace immigrant children

Nuns, rabbis, Muslim leaders and church officials Friday urged Long Islanders to embrace the hundreds of unaccompanied minors who have crossed the U.S.-Mexico border illegally to try to reunite with relatives here. The combination interfaith prayer service and news conference

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