New Leadership Team Elected

On April 11, 2021, the new leadership team for the Sisters of St. Joseph Brentwood was elected.  Pictured Clockwise: President: Sister Tesa Fitzgerald 1st Councillor:  Sister Elizabeth Hill 2nd Councillor:  Sister Maria Pascuzzi 3rd Councillor:  Sister Phyllis Esposito 4th Councillor:  Sister Karen Burke Congratulations to All!

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US Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph Corporate Statement on Racism and Misogyny Directed Toward the Asian-American and Pacific Islander Community

The US Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph joins the Leadership Conference of Women Religious in condemning racism and sexism in all their harmful forms – whether the violent acts of white supremacists and misogynists or the daily acts of hate and discrimination that diminish us all.  We grieve with the citizens of Atlanta and the Asian-American and Pacific…

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The Year of Joseph – “Portrait of a Person of Joseph” Videos

This Friday, March 19, 2021 is St. Joseph’s Day. Pope Francis has proclaimed 2021 the “Year of Joseph.” We have been offering “Portrait of a Person of Joseph” videos throughout the year featuring Sisters of St. Joseph of Brentwood, their associates, and their partners in ministry. A person of Joseph is someone who embodies his attributes and virtues. View all…

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Transformation Through Preservation

Using an innovative approach, the Sisters of Saint Joseph are working to improve water quality on their campus and ultimately on Long island. Based in their land Ethic adopted on 2015, the congregation nis working to establish a sustainable relationship with the land which they hold in sacred trust. Nitrogen pollution and runoff from failing cesspool and septic systems played…

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Land Ecology Internship @ Sisters of St. Joseph Brentwood, NY

Land Ecology Internship @ Sisters of St. Joseph – Brentwood, NY  Sustainability Initiatives The 212-acre Sisters of St. Joseph Brentwood property is a tranquil campus in the suburbs, consisting of woodlands, beautiful meadows, landscaped areas, historic buildings and 28 acres of organic farm land. Our 40-acre pine-oak woodland hosts a unique diversity of plants and wildlife. The Sisters hold this…

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