A constant throughout the Academys history has been the spiritual influence of the founding Sisters of the Congregation of St. Joseph. isidore feast passionist For this statement, we are encouraging everyone to individually consider these questions: Our hearts are heavy and our souls are pained at the intrusion of anti -Semitism and violence in God s sacred space. We practice Sharing of the Heart in small groups meeting regularly. Alleluia!! We believe that fundamental justice cannot be served without attending to their good as well as our own. To recognize the presence of Jesus in all persons who are displaced and ensure that our institutions and ministries are examples of inclusion for all. All Rights Reserved. height:100px; To collaborate with religious and civic organizations in political actions necessary for the well-being of immigrants, especially those brought here as children, to support immigrants and refugees threatened by detention and deportation, and to seek the enactment of comprehensive immigration reform leading to citizenship. This will occur if everyones gaze remains focused on Christ, the Way, the Truth and the Life; if personally and as a community you can cling to him who calls you to come and see where he is staying (cf. Copyright 2022. The community grew and prospered for more than 100 years until The French Revolution brought violence and death to the lives of the Sisters of St. Joseph because they refused to take the Oath of the Civil Constitution of the Clergy which separated the Church in France from papal authority. Ending their protection promises to tear families apart, fragment our communities, disrupt local economies, and places their well-being at risk. The U.S. Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph began in 1966. We Sisters of St. Joseph are women receptive to the stirrings of the Holy Spirit of Love. All Rights Reserved.

He is Risen indeed! Statement by the US Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph. Families and nations alike are estranged from one another. We recognize that the role of racist rhetoric and the senseless rancor must stop. We do this to raise our awareness and change our behaviors. Our mis ion as Siste s of St. Joseph, which calls us to unite neighbor to neighbor and neighbor to God, reminds us that we build community by being the neighbor to the one we dont know: the person next door , the person who works with us , the stranger we meet on the street. In the Archdiocese of Boston, the sisters opened, staffed, and/or sponsored over 125 educational institutions, including schools for children with special educational needs. These Masses celebrate the faith-filled community of Saint Joseph Academy. The Federation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph is a dynamic union of all the Sisters of Saint Joseph of the United States who claim a common origin in the foundation at Le Puy, France in 1650. May she help all Oblates of St Joseph to strive for holiness, the vocation of every baptized person and, to an ever greater degree, of every consecrated person. Your activity puts you at the heart of the Church. Cardinal Fesch of Lyons saw the need for a group of religious women to respond to these needs. We share a common hopeful history with migrating people drawn to a new land. They ministered to the sick, the elderly, and youth. 5. To mark this anniversary plans were begun for a new corporate ministry in the city that would reach out to the neighbor in a manner similar to thatofour sisters who came to Jamaica Plain in 1873 as well as our first sisters in seventeenth century France. It is only by breaking down our own barriers of comfort and isolation that we can begin to understand and appreciate those whose religion, race, gender or lifestyle is different than our own. Through this oversight, the Congregation continues to have specific and significant influence over the mission and quality of ministry of each of the sponsored ministries. } Jn 1: 39). May you know how to speak to young peoples hearts and present the Gospel to them boldly.

2022 US Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph. font-size: 12px;line-height: 12px;font-weight: normal; }. All made ribbon and lace that gave them some income to support themselves. They established a house in Carondelet. The US Federation is committed to the Gospel Charism of, Unifying Love for the Healing and Transformation of the World, The US Federation is grounded in the value of, Responsiveness to the Needs of the World and Oneness with Creation, The US Federation is groundedin the following values, Prayer, Contemplation, and Discernment that Lead to Courageous Action, U.S. Federation of Sisters of St. Joseph Call for Change in the Cash Bail System, profound love of God & neighbor without distinction. We do this through prayer, direct service and ministry, partnering with others to serve the dear neighbor, standing with and for the poor and vulnerable, and by advocating for systemic change. Congregation of St. Joseph. background: #000000; } Unemployment, poverty, illness marked the daily life of working classes. Marello teaches you how to do this when he says totake your own inspiration from St Joseph, who was the first on earth to look after Jesus concerns; who guarded him as an infant, protected him as a boy and was a father to him for the first 30 years of his life here on earth(Briciole doro, 24 March). I know that you have based your Chapter work on these themes, and I hope that you will be able to harvest the spiritual fruits you expect from your important meeting, which occurs in the year when the Church is celebrating the Great Jubilee of the Redemption. The current political climate and growing polarization of our communities feed hate and spawn violence. 2022 Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston. A small valiant group left Lyons on January 4, 1836 and took 49 days to cross the Atlantic Ocean. I gladly accepted your request, knowing well how much your founder insisted on the duty of staying closely united with the Holy See in mind and heart. In this way you will fulfil your missionby doing the works of God in silence, as your founder liked to say, adding that if we workwithout trusting in human beings or even in ourselves, but full of hope in supernatural help, everything will work out for the best(Briciole doro, 15 February). width: auto; In the Reign of Terror, nearly all of the sisters at Le Puy were imprisoned and expelled from their property for over twenty years. The mission of Casserly House is to be a presence in the neighborhood, listen to needs, and respond where possible. Underclasswomen attend day retreats at the Academy. When the first Sisters of Saint Joseph arrived in Boston, they found a city filled with new immigrants from Southern and Eastern Europe who had joined the Irish immigrants, the major immigrant population of the city, from the 1840s to the late 1870s. The solid practice of prayer, attention to the signs of the times and the indispensable continual formation will help you to make your works not merely a social service, but a witness to Gods merciful love. Mother St. John (Jeanne Fontbonne) and her companions escaped the same fate only by hours. In responding to the Churchs mandate to reclaim their foundational purpose and spirituality, the Sisters of St. Joseph discovered that they had always been intuitively at home with the founding sisters dream to work to achieve unity and reconciliation wherever people are separated from each other. We are a community of women whose mission is to realize the prayer of Christ that all may be one. This Easter proclamation continues to resound and fill our hearts with hope and joy, Greetings my brother and sisters, I hope your Season of Lent is progressing well and you are being well prepared for the celebration of the, The most comprehensive resource on the web, To assist in your devotion to this humble saint, A Life for God and Neighbor A Biography, Next: Carthusians Indoors, Apostles Outdoors. Areas of Presence: Cleveland and Cincinnati, Ohio; Detroit and Kalamazoo, Michigan; Chicago and La Grange Park, Illinois; New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Crookston and the Twin Cities, Minnesota; Tipton, Indiana; Wheeling, West Virginia; Wichita, Kansas; and Kyoto and Matsusaka, Japan.

They would dedicate themselves to the most perfect love of God with their feet in the street to serve their neighbor in all the corporal and spiritual works of mercy, without distinction. Who are the individuals/groups we avoid? We also support justice and peace initiatives including anti-racism and inclusion efforts, care of Earth, the abolishment of the death penalty, fair and just immigration policies, nonviolence advocacy, and anti-human trafficking efforts. Greetings, The Lord is Risen! Saint Joseph Academy provides students with many opportunities to grow in their faith, recognize the importance of God in their lives, and understand the impact they can make in the lives of our dear neighbors in Cleveland and beyond. God asks nothing le s of us, he said. In our time, as in the past, there is involuntary and widespread displacement due to war, persecution, poverty and climate change. The U.S. Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph, The Corporation for Sponsored Ministries of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston. They have raised families, paid taxes, and contributed to the growth and development of this country even as U.S. foreign policy has added to the endemic poverty and persistent violence that continue to afflict Honduras. } She served as superior of the new community for 30 years. A compassion for their neighbors and a conviction that their own salvation, service to those in need, & proclaiming the glory of God were one and the same. The Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston are part of this dynamic union of all the Sisters of Saint Joseph of the United States who claim a common origin in the foundation at Le Puy, France in 1650. Human Trafficking That is precisely what Hondurans will face if they are forced to return to a country racked by violence, roiled by political repression, and plagued by continuing environmental challenges cancellation of TPS for Hondurans brings to approximately 315,000 the number of our neighbors, friends, parishioners, co-workers, and colleagues whose gifts will be lost to us all. During the 1960s, 70s and 80s the Sisters of St. Joseph were called by the Church to embrace the profound changes that emerged from Vatican II, both in the Church in the modern world and in the renewal of religious life. As progress in the areas of technology and communication, the effects of globalization on the poor and the threat of nuclear holocaust vie for attention, we feel anew the call of our charism, to be women of unity and reconciliation. Widows and orphans, especially, suffered from famine, disease, and poverty. Help them to understand the spiritual motives for the service they render with you, so that they will be thesaltthat gives life its Christian flavour, and thelightthat shines in the darkness of indifference and selfishness. But strengthened by her extraordinary faith and courage in God, she responded to Cardinal Fesch and arrived at Lyons on August 14, 1807. The Congregation of St. Joseph has pledged to participate in theLaudato Si Action Platformto achieve sweeping environmental sustainability. Each of us must participate in the healing and binding of wounds for which our communities long. They traveled up the Mississippi River and on March 25, 1836 arrived in St. Louis. #camera_wrap_16106 .camera_caption div.camera_caption_title { May your family spirit strengthen the unity of your communities and of the entire congregation. But Mother Saint John was open to a wider vision of the needs of the dear neighbor. that all may be one (John 17:21). This includes 3740sisters, 2609 associates and 34 agrges of 16 Congregations throughout the United States. This model entrusts governance of nine ministries sponsored by the congregation to individual boards of trustees with oversight by the Corporation for the Sponsored Ministries. Annually, our students perform more than 27,600 hours of community service. 2. 1. position: absolute; (Excerpted from Sharing of the Heart by Sister Mary Ellen Foster, CSJ). We are committed to continuing Jesus mission in the belief that Creation is a sacred trust given to the whole Earth community. We ask ourselves simple questions: What has happened to me since we last met? Website Design by Interactive Palette, Inc. #camera_wrap_16106 .camera_pag_ul li img, #camera_wrap_16106 .camera_thumbs_cont ul li img { On the occasion of your institutes General Chapter you expressed the desire to meet me in order to reaffirm your heartfelt loyalty to the Successor of Peter. The Associates are women and men called to share their faith journeys with one another and with the Sisters of St. Joseph. We will walk with you in the spirit of Gods love. } It is rooted in the mission of Christ, the same mission which continually unfolds in His church, That all may be one as You, Father, are in Me, and I in You; I pray that they may be one in Us. (John 17:21). The U.S. Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph joins with the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) and countless groups and individuals across the country and in Pittsburgh to condemn the slaughter of our brothers and sisters at Tree of Life Congregation in the community of Squirrel Hill. Our special focus is to work for unity and reconciliation where there is brokenness, to help people become whole and holy, individually and together. We will mourn with you. I would also like to express my grateful satisfaction to the outgoing Superior General, Fr Vito Calabrese, who has directed the congregation for 12 years with wise balance and fatherly goodness. Through our Mission Network, we work with and support a diverse array of ministries including three Catholic high schools; tutoring and literacy programs; spirituality centers; social service programs; spiritual direction; and pastoral assistance. So may it be for each of you and for all your communities. The sisters offered working girls a protected secure home away from home, as well as opportunities to improve their economic position. Thus you will be faithful witnesses to Christ in our era: trusting in the healing power of Gods love, you will courageously dedicate yourselves to the new evangelization. They were brought before kangaroo courts and on June 17, 1794, Sisters Jeanne Marie Aubert and Marie Anne Garnier were guillotined. Under the leadership of Sister Regis Casserly, they arrived at St. Thomas Parish in Jamaica Plain. John Paul II shared with us some of his thoughts on our charism and mission in the world. Education became a most effective vehicle for the sisters to carry out their mission. The women who are our past have bequeathed to us a strong heritage: the courage to respond in the most difficult situations, the humility to let God be with people through us, the fidelity to God and to one another from which we derive our strength. (Constitution). position: absolute; Today we continue ourprofound desire for union with God and the dear neighbor. Stellman Road is in close proximity to the Jamaica Plain area where our first sisters ministered. Hoping to make a united and practical moral response to increased migration, we will take pastoral, educational and legal measures to strengthen fundamental human flourishing. The tradition of loving service that began in Le Puy, France, during the mid-seventeenth century and continued in Boston in 1873 sustains us as we live into the twenty-first century. Please find our full statement attached to this email orhereon our website. #camera_wrap_16106 .camera_caption { Every year students are required to perform a minimum of 20 service hours. Website Design by Interactive Palette, Inc. November Workshop: Restorative Justice Practicioners, December Workshop: Restorative Justice with Sr. Helen Prejean, Presentations from the U.S. Federation Digital Archives, US Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph. We lead simple lifestyles and strive to foster the common good through parish service, adult education, spiritual direction and retreat work, direct service of the poor, and justice activities. The vast expansion that your religious family has achieved today, thanks be to God, demands a vigilant effort to preserve your unity and the bond of charity at all levels. Like the founders of the 17th century, she guided the sisters in seizing every opportunity to serve God and the dear neighbor. Unity. We will create safe space and offer assistance to those whose personal and family security are threatened. Reconciliation . Anna Vey was also 15 and possibly an orphan. The French government would appoint all bishops. In the presence of constant and painful reminders of the deep roots of racism in our country, we, the U.S. Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph join with the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) in committing to the critical work of creating communion, examining the root causes of injustice and our own complicity, and purging ourselves, our communities, and our country of the sin of racism and its destructive effects. Following in the footsteps of Jesus, we commit ourselves to examine the root causes of injustice particularly racism and our own complicity as congregations, and to work to effect systemic change as we struggle to ensure immigrant rights, promote non-violence, and protect Earth and its biosphere. By 1877, with the acceptance of 30 boys, St. Thomas School became the first co-educational Catholic school in New England.

Hondurans have been contributing members of our communities for 20 years. Our public vows are: chastity, poverty, and obedience. Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston Associate Program began in 1985. We will pray with you. As we celebrate this national holiday let us pray that our nation may. 2019 Sisters of St. Joseph 1725 Brentwood Road, Brentwood, New York 11717 - Main Office: 631.273.1187. We are a national movement of people who live out the charism and spirituality of the Sisters of St Joseph. In responding to this act of violence, Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bi shops (USCCB) stated that Violence as a response to political, racial or religious differences must be confronted with all pos ible effort. Like those of the founding sisters, the present days together are marked by paradox and tension. Honduras is the seventh country whose citizens have been stripped of their right to protection by this administration. In response to Archbishop Williams request, the sisters worked to alleviate language and ethnic differences and to integrate new people into society. We are moving always toward the profound loveof God and love of neighbor without distinction. As the need for higher education for women became apparent, the sisters provided resources and sisters who would help to realize that dream. The house was named Casserly House for our Boston Foundress, Mother Regis Casserly. The short-sighted decision to rescind TPS protection for the citizens of Honduras, El Salvador, Haiti, Nepal, Liberia, Nicaragua, and Sudan places us all at risk. Mother St. John Fontbonne made an appeal to the Congregation to pray and weigh the matter well of personally going to America. The pioneer Sisters who came from Brooklyn were Regis Casserly, Claire Corcoran, Mary Delores Brown and Mary Felix Cannon. As the Oblates of St. Joseph gathered in the jubilee year of 2000 for a General Chapter of the Congregation, they invited Pope John Paul II to meet with us in order to reaffirm our commitment to the Church and to ask for the Pope to bless our efforts. Thus it was that, under the spiritual direction of Father Mdaille, these women gathered in small groups to help one another in their quest for God and to reach out to the suffering people around them. Four days after their arrival the sisters opened an elementary school for girls in the basement of the church. Over the next hundred years the sisters labored to provide an alternative education system based on Christian values and striving always for excellence tempered with gentleness. They confronted each new issue as it surfaced and embraced vital issues of justice and peace. However, the needs of the people, in an era predating social security, pension plans, health care programs, and government involvement in social services, extended far beyond education. These words are a beautiful summary of our charism and spirituality, given by a saint of our times that understood well our role in the Church. We join with LCWR and Catholic sisters across the nation to extend our sympathy to the families of those who lost their lives . Today, as women attracted to this vision, we continue to live among the people and offer our lives in love and service. The members of the U.S. Federation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph, who embrace the Gospel charism of unifying love for the healing and transformation of the world, are deeply troubled by the decision of the Trump administration to terminate Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for more than 57,000 Hondurans. . In a world growing smaller every day, we sisters are confronted with the horrible gaps between the rich and the poor, the enslaved and the free, the old and the young. It is this simple, hard-working lifestyle that you intend to follow, as you spread devotion to St Joseph by preaching, by publishing and, especially, by apostolic witness. During free time, students may visit the Chapel for reflection and prayer, located across from the Main Office. We believe in the interdependence of humanity and nature in the whole Earth community, and recognize our harmful impact. This teaching, ever alive in your spirit, commits you all, dear Oblates of St Joseph, to maintaining an atmosphere of recollection and prayer in your religious houses, fostered by silence and appropriate community meetings. 4. We the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Brentwood, NY call on all nations and particularly our nation, the United States, to dare to plan for a nuclear free world. Through the intercession of Mary, the gentle Bride of the carpenter of Nazareth, may the decisions of your General Chapter be fruitful. In community and prayerful contemplation we listen to this Spirit and move always toward profound love of God and love of neighbor without distinction. are impelled by the active, inclusive love of God to: deepen our relationship with God and the dear neighbor without distinction; with Sisters of St. Joseph and Associates. Four years of spiritual development enable our students to embody the qualities of the Character of a Saint Joseph Academy Graduate, a formalization of the philosophy that has guided the Academy since its founding. Indeed, the charism of the Oblates of St Joseph asks you to reproduce in your life and apostolate the ideal of service lived by the Guardian of the Redeemer. How do we respond if someone uses a racial slur when referring to another race or religious group. We have been serving the dear neighbor without distinction since our humble beginnings in a kitchen in LePuy, France in 1650. Be convinced that the more eloquent is the witness of your example, the better will they accept your message. How did I feel? Have we ever attended a service at a synagogue or mosque? Dear Oblates of St Joseph, you now work in many parts of the world. Marello urged his spiritual sons to behermits at homein order to beeffective apostles away from home. They provided loving supervision, education, and moral and spiritual training for children whose only option was to move into the workforce at an early age. Imbued with our rich heritage and attentive to the evolving needs of the world, we proclaim the Gospel message of unifying love thereby becoming a transforming and healing presence in the world. Our mission as Sisters of St. Joseph, which calls us to unite neighbor to neighbor and neighbor to God, reminds us that we build community by being the neighbor to the one we dont know: the person next door, the person who works with us, the stranger we meet on the street. We, Sisters of St. Joseph, abhor the trafficking of persons, all of whom are our dear neighbor. They founded hospitals, schools and orphanages. We respond to the movement of the Spirit to keep the flame of the charism alive. Our mission is to bring all into unity with God, with one another, and with all creation. The TPS program is designed to protect people from being returned to harm. The first obedience to be faithfully observed by the Oblates of St Joseph, he said, is fidelity to the Supreme Pontiffs teachings and directives, and to regard their service as a mandate received from the Church herself, in accordance with the specific rules of the institute. Make them love the Church. Have we taken the time to learn about the religious practices of other faiths? display: block; In response to a request from a priest serving in New Mexico who was originally from Lynn, MA, four Sisters of St. Joseph of Bostonwere missioned to New Mexico to teach in parish schools. He wished to form a new kind of religious community: a group of women who would profess simple vows, live in small groups, work to support themselves, have no property or social prestige, no patron, no external appearances or special works, and who would live and dress simply but in a manner appropriate to their circumstances. Mother St. John was awed and troubled by the magnitude of this mission. I assure you of a constant remembrance in prayer, as I willingly impart a special Blessing to you, dear Fr Lino Mela, to the new General Council and to all the members of the Congregation of the Oblates of St Joseph. Anna Brun was 15 and an orphan. bottom: 0; #camera_wrap_16106 .camera_caption a.camera_caption_link { Therefore be open to lay peoples contribution. How was my heart led because of this experience? If every age has its own paradoxes, seventeenth century France in which we had our beginnings was certainly no exception. Lastly, I extend my sentiments of affection to the entire religious family represented here by you, the Chapter Fathers, and I encourage everyone to persevere generously in their respective areas of work. As lay people faithful to their own identity, they are called to give a Christian inspiration to the temporal order by actively and effectively transforming society according to the spirit of the Gospel. Impelled by Love of God and neighbor without distinction, we urge the Trump administration to reconsider its decisions and we call on Congress to work in a bipartisan manner to develop legislative solutions to protect vulnerable people. This is your mission. Saint Joseph Academy shares in the charism of the Sisters of the Congregation of St. Joseph, whose mission is to live and work to bring all people into union with God, each other and all of creation.

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