RMM Honors Sister Rosalie Carven

On Thursday, May 23, 2019, Rural & Migrant Ministry honored Sister Rosalie at their Cultivating Justice Dinner. RMM first got to know S. Roslaie through the Justice for Farmworkers Campaign. Sister was relentless in her efforts to demand that Long Island State Senators change the unjust labor laws impacting farmworkers. Her presence and determination was an inspiration and gave  hope.…

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Sister Rosalie Carven Honored

The Rockville Center Diocese presented its Founders Awards at its annual Vespers at St. Anthony’s HS Chapel on May 5, 2019. This award is presented in gratitude to members of religious orders  who have enfleshed the charism of their congregations and enriched the faith of the people of Rockville Center through their ministry and witness. We congratulate Sister Rosalie Carven…

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Sister Tesa Fitzgerald Honored

On April 5, 2019, Sister Tesa Fitzgerald, CSJ was honored with the Irish Echo Community Champions Award. Click here for more. She reports that there were great accolades from the crowd for the Sisters of St. Joseph. Sister Tesa has also been named the 2019 Champion of Child Well-Being. (Click here to learn more about this award.)  She is amongst a great group of…

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EV Charging Stations To Be Installed on CSJ Brentwood Campus

Through an affirmation of the CSJ Land Ethic Statement we committed “To monitor the ways in which we use and consume necessary products and to consider options for obtaining products that are not harmful to the land, the inhabitants, or the bioregion.” The Sisters of St. Joseph  are in the process of installing two dual-port ChargePoint Electric Vehicle (EV) Chargers on our Brentwood campus that…

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Sisters of St. Joseph Preserve 27 Acres of their Brentwood Campus for Agriculture

Sisters of St. Joseph Preserve 27 Acres of their Brentwood Campus for Agriculture

On Friday, April 12, 2019 County Executive Steve Bellone held a press conference on the campus of the Sisters of St. Joseph Brentwood to announce the acquisition of development rights on 27 acres of the Sisters’ farmland. By selling development rights to Suffolk County for farmland preservation, the Sisters have perpetually extinguished the right to develop these 27 acres for…

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Sister Janet Kinney Attends IMF Meeting

The Spring Meetings of the Boards of Governors of the World Bank Group (WBG) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) bring together central bankers, ministers of finance and development, private sector executives, representatives from civil society organizations and academics to discuss issues of global concern, including the world economic outlook, poverty eradication, economic development, and aid effectiveness. Also featured are…

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