Author page: Tara Rogers

United to Keep Families Together!

United to Keep Families Together!

On June 30th Sisters of St. Joseph, Associates and co-ministers gathered with sisters from the Congregation of the Infant Jesus and other friends and neighbors to address the Trump Administration’s policy of separating families at the border. Together they marched and participated in rallies in Huntington, Wantagh, East Meadow, Rockville Centre, Jackson Heights, Midtown and Downtown Manhattan and Brooklyn. While…

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Our Neighbors at New Hour!

New Hour for Women and Children of Long Island is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing pre- and post-release services to incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women. From providing basic necessities to education, New Hour supports and empowers each of their members. They like its parent organization, Hour Children, are all about family reunification. This is accomplished through love, which makes…

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Providence House Celebration

Providence House Celebration On June 7, 2018, Providence House celebrated 39 years since its founding in 1979 under the leadership of Sister Elaine Roulet.  The event was a perfect moment to publicly introduce the first lay Executive Director, Danielle Minelli Pagnotta, who transitioned to the position last Fall from NYC Department of Homeless Services.  The event, held at the Riverpark…

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Suffolk County Executive Bellone Signs Legislation At Sisters of St. Joseph Brentwood

Suffolk County Executive Bellone Signs Legislation At Sisters of St. Joseph Brentwood

  Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone today signed legislation to provide $200,000 in water quality funding for the design of two wastewater treatment improvement systems at the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph’s 212-acre Brentwood campus. The County funding will advance the design for the installation of an Innovative and Alternative On-site Wastewater Treatment System (I/A OWTS) and a…

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Brentwood Motherhouse Added to the National Register of Historic Places

Brentwood Motherhouse Added to the National Register of Historic Places

As of May 7, 2018, the Sisters of St. Joseph Motherhouse, Brentwood is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The National Register is the nation’s official list of properties worthy of preservation. Listing on the national Register recognizes the importance of these properties to the history of our country and provides them with a measure of protection.

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