Members of the Federation of The Sisters of St. Joseph come together annually at Fort Benning, Georgia to protest the School of the Americas.
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 LePuy, France in 1650. This includes over 7,000 members of 23Congregations throughout the United States.
Together we strive to embody a vision of all people united in one earth community of love, unity and reconciliation. We do this through collaborative programs, interaction, prayer and ministry. In our conflicted 21st century world, the Sisters of Saint Joseph seek to bring our traditions and vision to life in a way that will speak to our contemporary society and be a positive influence for change.
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Centre International St. Joseph is a collaborative project of all the Congregations of Sisters of St. Joseph in the world, having their origins in the Congregation founded in 1650 by Jean Pierre Medaille, SJ, and six women, in Le Puy-en-Velay, France.
Since that time, Congregations based on that foundation and committed to its mission of "total double union, of persons with persons, and persons with God," have spread throughout the world, and now number 14,000 members, in 55 countries.
Learn more at centreinternationalssj.org