The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet is a congregation of women religious which traces its origin to and follows the spirit of the foundation made in LePuy-Velay, France about 1650 by Jean Pierre Medaille, S.J. The first Sisters of St. Joseph came to America from Lyon, France in 1836. Today, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet have four provinces in Albany, New York; Los Angeles, California; St. Louis, Missouri and St. Paul, Minnesota with a vice-province in Peru.
The U.S. Federation of Sisters of St. Joseph condemns the violence at the U.S. Capitol […]
While we are still safer at home and limiting travel, it’s a perfect time to travel […]
Little by little, Sister Anne learned that Hanna had been a refugee most of her life, fleeing Ethiopia for Kenya and eventually South Africa. Hanna married, and in 2015 was forced to flee xenophobic violence in South Africa, traveling with three-year-old Betty.
Give the gift of Sr. Mary McGlone's History of the Sisters of St. Joseph, Volume Two. This second volume of the U.S. History of the Sisters of St. Joseph is currently in production.