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St. Joseph Workers in the House!

In year four we have the core four. On Sunday, August 16th the St. Joseph Workers for 2020-2021 arrived and so we welcome Emma Myers (Providence, RI), Mignon Toppino (Metairie, LA) and Mariam Zaky (East Brunswick, NJ). Julia Morris (Cleveland, Ohio) has been connecting virtually with the hope of joining the group in Queens soon. Their orientation, or at this

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The Brooklyn Quilters for Hour Children

The Brooklyn Quilters Guild describe themselves as a diverse group that shares a strong common thread, an interest in quilt making, and all the art, color, design, and fabric that it encompasses. Like our early lacemaking Sisters this group comes from many backgrounds, but it is this thread that gathers them together. They combine their talents in many charity projects;

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Hour Children 2020 Census Video

The participants of Hour Working Women Program at Hour Children created a 2020 Census video in their Social Capital Workshop. We are encouraged and inspired as they are eager to participate in civic engagement! Learn more about Hour Working Women Program here. [arve url=”https://www.facebook.com/HWWProgram/videos/vb.100001315233884/3227885953931881/?type=2&theater” /]  

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Pioneers in Prayer

As the United States continues to try to flatten the curve of the coronavirus many places that would normally welcome sisters, associates, and partners in mission for retreat have cancelled their programs. This July, Mary Rowell, CSJ of Canada, was scheduled to guide a retreat at St. Joseph Villa, Hampton Bays. Not wanting to cancel or postpone Jeanne McGorry, CSJ,

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The Sisters of St. Joseph Brentwood Mission Fund in Action

The Sisters of St. Joseph Brentwood Mission Fund has been able to offer grants to two important community organizations this year – one at St. Anne’s in Brentwood and one Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal in Wyndanch. Sister Elizabeth Myles, who worked at Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal for almost 20 years, nominated the Gerald Ryan Outreach Center

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New Job Openings In Brentwood

Are you drawn to the Charism of the Sisters of St. Joseph? We need you – come be our next great employee! We are immediately seeking Facilities Supervisor to join our team in Brentwood. Successful candidate will be a multi-tasker with keen problem-solving abilities.    We’re looking for a professional who is comfortable communicating with all levels of staff and management. Learn

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“A Conversation with the Sisters of St. Joseph and Their Work in the Selma Civil Rights Movement.”

Members of the Sisters of St. Joseph, Brentwood, NY and Sisters of Saint Joseph of Rochester gathered this month for St. Joseph College’s live Zoom presentation of “A Conversation with the Sisters of St. Joseph and Their Work in the Selma Civil Rights Movement.” The Sisters shared compelling memories of their experiences working in and around Selma, Alabama during the

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National Nursing Assistants Week

National Nursing Assistants Week was June 18th, 2020 through June 24th, 2020. We are always extremely grateful for the comfort and care our Nursing Assistants/Aides provide in our convents, but never more so then in recent months as they have assisted us through the pandemic. Nursing assistants take on countless tasks and wear many hats. They improve the quality of

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Sisters of the Neighborhood: Sister Kathy Schlueter

Sister Kathy Schlueter (pictured here directing the Our Lady of the Hamptons Regional Catholic School Choir) has been the principal of Our Lady of the Hamptons for 32 years. Prior to OLH, Sister Kathy worked for four years at St. Patrick School in Smithtown teaching first and fourth graders, and then spent 16 years at Sacred Heart Academy teaching music, drama,

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Celebrating the Class of 2020 & The Learning Connection

  As schools and programs opened in September 2019 they had no idea that the academic year would need to be completed virtually. The fact that they all switched over rather quickly to the virtual realm in order to complete the school year is something to celebrate. In recent weeks the CSJ sponsored high schools and The Learning Connection have

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