We believe in a world of justice and union with God and one another.

The Sisters of St. Joseph 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 land that is currently called the Town of Islip.

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About Us

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


Spirituality is a longing to reach a dimension beyond ourselves.

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


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


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

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

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