The Sisters of St Joseph of Carondelet in collaboration with the Fe y Alegría (Faith and Joy) School in Tacna, Peru have created a tree-planting program in this desert area: Trees for Tacna.
Our faith impels us to respond boldly to the cry of our dear neighbor. We invite all members of our community to take action with us.
We often think about what food we eat and the effects it might have on the health of our bodies. We also need to be aware the effects our food has on the health of our planet. Our food has a lifecycle: production, sale, consumption and disposal.
The U.S. Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph joins with The Bail Project to dismantle racism and eliminate the use of cash bail in the United States criminal legal system.
As a congregation, we join with people around the world to recognize Plastic Free July. How far can you go to reduce your single-use plastic purchases?
Developing an enforceable global treaty that sets standards can make a huge impact. The United Nations has committed to developing such a treaty by 2024.
We call on the Senate to act swiftly to write this gun violence prevention framework into a bill and pass it into law. Please take a moment to use our quick tool below to send an email to your Senators.
One small area where individuals can make a big impact is in their choices about how they do laundry. Quick, cost-saving changes you can make today include using cold water and line drying.
This Earth Month, join us in reflecting on the food choices that we make and their impact on the planet. We’ll be sharing reflections and calls to action from some of our sisters, associates and friends that we hope will inspire you to explore if there are any food choices you wish to make differently.