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.
Associates are women and men from various faith traditions, married and single, who extend the […]
The Sisters of St Joseph of Carondelet and the U.S. Federation of the Sisters of St Joseph, based on our ongoing concerns and written statements in support of migrants, have signed a joint statement by churches opposing the proposed revision of Japan’s Immigration and Refugee Recognition Act.
Sisters urge Senate to pass S.1, the For the People Act Our Congregational Efforts for Election […]
In light of the current Black Lives Matter Movement, many memories flooded back from my experience of the 1965 Watts riots. This was a time of awakening and conversion for me. Until the riots, I did not know what I did not know.