Be sure to check out the second issue of a new quarterly publication from the Carondelet Consolidated Archive. “Snapshots in Time” features photos and artifacts from the CSJ archives. See any familiar faces?

As they are published, you’ll be able to find all of the issues on the Carondelet Consolidated Archive webpage on the congregational website.

download the March 2020 issue

   March 18th, 2020      Posted In: Congregation, Featured Stories, In The News


Join us in reflecting on our Lenten journeys through artwork

This Lent, we’ll be sharing 40 works of art–most created by our own sisters and associates or found on our properties–on social media. Each day we’ll share a piece along with a brief reflection either from the artist or tying it to the day’s scripture readings. We hope you’ll comment on our posts/tweets and share them so they reach more people!

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Do you have a piece of artwork you’d like to suggest? Email Kim Westerman at csjcommunications@csjcarondelet.org.

   March 2nd, 2020      Posted In: Congregation, Featured Stories, In The News


Snapshots in Time publication

Be sure to check out the first issue of a new quarterly publication from the Carondelet Consolidated Archive. “Snapshots in Time” features photos and artifacts from the CSJ archives. See any familiar faces?

As they are published, you’ll be able to find all of the issues on the Carondelet Consolidated Archive webpage on the congregational website.

download the first issue

   February 12th, 2020      Posted In: Congregation, Featured Stories, In The News


As we begin 2020 faced with the United States’ targeted killing of Qasem Soleimani of Iran, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet are praying for peace and nonviolence, and we remain committed to promoting it in every way we can. The precipitating actions are complex, yet we fear escalating violence leads to more violence and indescribable suffering for our dear neighbors without distinction.

Pope Francis, in his 2020 World Day of Peace Message, shared that peace is “the object of our hope and the aspiration of the entire human family.” Our entire community is committed to Catholic social principles of peace and active nonviolence as a way of life. We turn to the God of peace and compassion to give us the strength and wisdom needed to be instruments for change and messengers of unity and reconciliation.

We invite all people of good will to contact their elected members of Congress to promote peace-building efforts with Iran and not an escalation towards war. We must join together in seeking ways to promote peace, to build a culture of nonviolence that begins with each and every one of us, and to pray together for peace and nonviolence especially at this time.

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   January 7th, 2020      Posted In: Congregation, Featured Stories, In The News, Justice


We, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet and our partners assembled for our Congregational Chapter, make public our concern about the disturbing state of politics in the United States. We are appalled and saddened at the growing polarization, which is intensified by incivility, bigotry, racism, intolerance, and deception.

Our Catholic faith calls us to live in right relationship with all peoples and with creation. We join our voices with all others who desire a world where every person is treated with respect and dignity. This is a responsibility from which no one is exempt. We intend to use our resources and energy to work toward a society built on unity and reconciliation.

Words matter. We challenge President Trump, members of Congress, all elected officials, and all persons to cease using rhetoric and language that belittles and disrespects the sacredness of any person and group. We call for civil and respectful discourse to address the differences among us and reach just solutions.

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   July 22nd, 2019      Posted In: Congregation, Featured Stories, General, In The News, Justice


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