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Location: Los Angeles

These are the latest Items related to our Los Angeles, California Province, which includes our communities in Hawai’i and Japan.

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A small child holds the hand of an older sister as they walk down the hall. Colorful balloons float in the distance.

Partners for the future

As we look at the present and into the future, we celebrate our ministries and work that have been going on for years as well as our new, exciting structures and partnerships. We offer a few examples, amongst many, in the areas of education, healthcare, service and work at the border.

A statue of the seven sisters on their trek to Tuscon

Celebrating 152 years of ministry in Tucson

In 1870, seven brave sisters trekked from Missouri to Arizona to minister to the dear neighbor. After a delay of two years, the 150th Anniversary of the Trek of the Seven Sisters was held on May 29 at St. Augustine Cathedral in Tucson, Arizona.

Someone at a rally holds up a sign with the word "violence" in a red circle with a strikeout line through it

Violence in our lives

I am angry, saddened and disturbed by the weeks of violence that have been forced into my life. Uvalde, Buffalo, Costa Mesa…and nightly in Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia…. I can go on and on.

Two sisters pose as they dispose of potato chip bags in a TerraCycle box

Making Changes to Care for Creation

On November 11, 2021, our congregation publicly committed to join Pope Francis and the universal Catholic Church on a seven-year journey to ecological conversion through the Laudato Si’ Action Platform. Efforts towards this commitment have been in the works since 1997, and the journey continues.

Teresa Avalos, CSJ

The Art of Letting Go

Letting go. Though the reasons may vary, as these sisters from across the congregation share, it is something we all must learn to do.

A group of sisters wearing masks pose in front of the sign for the shelter in Mexicali, Mexico and a large mural

Border Compassion

These two stories come from sisters who have traveled to Mexicali, Mexico with the new organization Border Compassion. Its mission is to invite faith communities to cross over at the U.S./Mexico border and offer a compassionate humanitarian response.