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Sisters and Fontbonne Students Join Network at the White House

Friday, Dec. 3rd: Four Brentwood sisters, Six Fontbonne students, and two faculty joined other Catholic sisters from around the US in DC for Network’s End to Title 42 action.   Catholic Sisters and justice-seekers are delivering a message to President Biden in front of the White House: End the Misuse of Title 42. During this event, Sisters and immigrant-led organizations

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Spirit Alive: Loving Beyond Limits Webinar Series – Register Now

LOVING BEYOND LIMITS Fall 2021 Webinar Series Presented by Spirit Alive: The CSJ Institute for Faith Inquiry and Education The Sisters of Saint Joseph of Brentwood, NY, their associates, and partners in ministry are committed to promoting justice, fostering diversity and inclusion, and protecting earth, our common home. This webinar series was motivated by those commitments which were affirmed at

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June 21

Reflection The basis of Christian community as the legacy of Jesus is inclusion and acceptance. During his lifetime this was evident in his practice of meal fellowship. Jesus was well known and also criticized for his inclusive meals. Whether it was the feeding of 5000 or a normal dinner everyone was welcome. There were no requirements for participation. His critics

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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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Sister Maureen McDermott, CSJ

We gather today to celebrate one of our CSJ “Giants”, Sister Maureen McDermott – who for 73 years lived life fully in the service of God and the dear neighbor. Born to Hugh and Alice McDermott – Maureen grew up in the Parish of St Teresa, attended Bishop McDonnell High School and entered the Congregation on this very day, February

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Prayer for Healing and Restoration – January 27th from 4:30 to 6 p.m.

Please register at Spirituality@csjbrentwood.org with the Office of Spirituality to join us. You will be sent a zoom link after you register. Registration closes January 26th. Taryn Bettis: Taryn is graduate of Sacred Heart Academy, a clinical licensed counselor who works at the HOPE Program, a member of the Advisory Council or the St. Joseph Worker Program NY, and is

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January 6

Reflection “We are all called to be holy. It is by living with life and offering one’s own Christian witness in our everyday occupations that we are called to become holy; and each person in the condition and in the state of life in which he finds himself. … Every state of life leads to sanctity, if lived in communion

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A Message About Our 2020 Golf Outing

Today, on what would have been the 25th Annual Sisters of St. Joseph Golf Outing, we would like to thank you for your ongoing support, especially during this time of great suffering and uncertainty. The Sisters continue to pray for you and your loved ones. Please watch this message from our Director of Donor Relations, Sister Pat Turley: [arve url=”https://youtu.be/9J03q4FoyYM”

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Sister Mathew Mary Gay, CSJ

We acknowledge and honor the life Sister Matthew lived.  It was a life filled with prayer and joy with a spirit-filled faith.  She was an educator well known as an excellent mathematics teacher and Principal. To all of her work she brought her love of community, her gift of listening, and her kindness to all. We remember that Matthew lived

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May 11

Reflection As we experience this pandemic, there is one thing made clear, we are all connected; we are all responsible for one another. This insidious disease plays no favorites nor can we. If we are to control it, we must act together.  The facts are there for all to see. Where we unite to restrict its spread, we win; where

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