Our response to injustice calls us to personal and social transformation

We see spirituality and justice as one and commit ourselves to live this out in all our relationships. Systemic evils deprive people of their intrinsic rights and working to help restore these rights is the work of justice.

Information from the Office of Peace, Justice and
the Integrity of Creation


September 19, 2019

Climate Strike

The Sisters of St. Joseph will join with students and faculty from Fontbonne Hall Academy, Brooklyn;  St. Joseph High School, Brooklyn; Sacred Heart Academy, Hempstead; St. Joseph’s College, Brooklyn; and Global Catholic Climate Movement’s Laudato Si Generation for the Fridays For Future Climate Strike on Sept. 20 at 11:30 at Foley Square. This particular strike is ahead of the UN Climate Summit to take place this week at UN Headquarters in New York.

Fridays for Future

Laudato Si Generation


Sept. 21 is the International Day of Peace. Find out more HereAlso reminding everyone the need for ongoing prayer for peace.

Peace Prayer


Sisters of St. Joseph, Brentwood NY

Recommit to Racial Justice Program using Network Advocates guide. Kick off event is Sun. Sept. 29, 2-4:30 in person in Brentwood or via Zoom. Colleen Ross is the primary author of the guide and will lead us in input, reflection and small group discussion. Also more information about the full program. The event is free, but you must register at csjintersectionality@gmail.com or contact the JPIC office by phone or text at 631-316-8134 (The answering service will ask you to state your name before connecting you). Once you register you will be given the room and zoom link, closer to the event. Here is a link to the flyer.





Seton Hall Forum on Modern Slavery

Friday, Sept. 27 Bethany Hall on the Campus of Seton Hall University 8am-4:30pm

On Friday, September 27, 2019, the School of Diplomacy and International Relations, in collaboration with the Slave Free Community Project, the New Jersey Coalition Against Human Trafficking, and the International Justice Project will host a special event focused on finding solutions to the crisis of modern slavery, in which 25 million people are trapped in the sex trade and in other forms of forced labor around the globe, The conference will include an Honorary Degree Ceremony and remarks by Nadia Murad on Justice for Survivors: Rebuilding Lives of Sexual Slaves. Ms. Murad, 26, who was kidnapped from her hometown in 2014 and held by ISIS for three months, received the Nobel Peace Prize for her work to prevent sexual violence and genocide. Find out more here.

LCWR is urging sisters and people of faith to sign this petition to advocate for de-funding inhumane detention and migrant child detention.