Author page: Tara Rogers

2018/2019 St. Joseph the Worker NY Program Begins!

SJWP NY is ready to begin year two welcoming three Workers! The St. Joseph Worker Program creates a year-long service opportunity for women in preparation for a life-long commitment to social change and personal transformation. Individual growth and development is built on the values of leadership, spirituality, social justice and intentional community grounded in living simply and sustainably. Rooted within…

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CSJ Garden Ministry Recieves NY State Community Growers Award

The New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets recently announced $500,000 was awarded to nearly two dozen partner organizations through the Community Growers Grant Program to develop and enhance community gardens, school gardens and urban farms across the state. The CSJ Garden Ministry is thrilled to announce they are the recipient of one of these awards, as they are…

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JPIC Coordinator Position Open at Sisters of St. Joseph Brentwood

Looking for an exciting new ministry? The Sisters of St. Joseph, Brentwood, NY are searching for a Coordinator of Justice, Peace and the Integrity of Creation to staff and coordinate the advocacy efforts of their JPIC Office. To facilitate their response to the issues of our times the Coordinator of the JPIC Office will be responsible to the Leadership Team…

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Gracias de tushermanas!

It has almost been one year since hurricanes Irma and Maria ripped through many Caribbean islands. Our sisters and their neighbors continue to the work of restoring the island, homes and ministries of the people. After her recent visit, S. Gloria Cruz, CSJ, Vicar of Puerto Rico, asked that her gratitude on behalf of all be shared. ‘Many thanks to…

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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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