Sisters of St. Joseph

Working to foster love, unity and reconciliation within the earth community.

WE BELIEVE IN A WORLD OF JUSTICE AND UNION WITH GOD AND ONE ANOTHER.

THE SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH WOULD LIKE TO ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THEIR CAMPUS IS ON OCCUPIED INDIGENOUS LAND, SECATOGUE LAND. ALGONQUIN INDIANS INHABITED LONG ISLAND FOR CENTURIES AND THE SECATOGUE TRIBE OCCUPIED ALL OF THE AREA IN THE TOWN OF ISLIP.

About Us

Sisters of Saint Joseph have served Long Island for more than 169 years.

Spirituality

Spirituality is a longing to reach a dimension beyond ourselves.

Ways to Join Us

We invite you to join us as we work to live out Jesus’ call to love and service.

Justice

Justice and peace are connected. The work of justice restores peace.

Ecology

We believe that we are all one in the circle of God’s sustaining love.

Mission Advancement

Serving God’s people is the ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph.

Spirit Alive

An open space for inquiry and discussion about complicated issues.

Christus Vivit

The Christus Vivit Community seeks to be a community of hospitality…

Season of Creation

Thousands of Christians on six continents get together….

Events at the Sisters of St. Joseph

News from the Sisters of St. Joseph

HAPPY 85TH BIRTHDAY TMLA!!!

Eighty-five years ago on September 14 , 1936, 15 young women gathered with 8 Sisters of St. Joseph in the parlor of the Rose Crest Mansion in Jamaica Estates and breathed life into a place we all know and love, The Mary Louis Academy. Over the past 85 years the graduates of TMLA have  impacted our world in every way

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Young People Farm for a Better Future

This summer a number of young women and men joined the Sisters of St, Joseph on our Brentwood campus to learn about organic farming and ecology. Some of them were WWOOFers (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms) volunteers, and some were interns working with Amanda Furcall,our land ecologist, All of them came with enthusiasm, energy, and a desire to be

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Resources for Study and Reflection on Racism

  As we continue the slower pace of summer, we invite everyone to commit to join us in one action toward our chapter directive on Widening and Deepening our Prophet Call to Justice. The statement partially states, “In response to the sin of racism and other evil, we pledge ourselves to undergo personal and communal transformation.” This list of resources

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