CSJs

April 15, 2019
Showcasing the breadth of religious life is a priority for Sister Carolyn Puccio, CSJ, and her alliance with the National Catholic Sisters Project has helped her do just that. Sister Carolyn takes her job title seriously: Delegate for Consecrated Life for the Archdiocese of St. Paul &...
April 10, 2019
We continue to hear buzz about the record-setting number of events held last month as part of National Catholic Sisters Week. One of those fascinating events took place at an all-girls school in Rocky River, Ohio, where Sister Janet Mock, CSJ, led an event titled "Civil Discourse: How to Have...
October 27, 2017
The deadline for applying for a 2018 National Catholic Sisters Week mini-grant has been extended to Nov. 15. The National Catholic Sisters Week team adjusted the deadline from the original Nov. 1 date in order to accommodate multiple requests from applicants. “We’ve heard from a number of people...
October 10, 2017
The scar tissue from the 2014 shooting of Michael Brown is still visible in Ferguson, Mo.  Racial tensions run deep. Sister Amy Hereford is determined to do her part. The Missouri native – now 58 and a Sister of St. Joseph – lives in the Dogtown Ecovillage on the edge of St. Louis,...
August 07, 2017
“Anytime anyone sets out from home, it’s a time of rediscovery,” said Sister Sallie Latkovich, CSJ. “Whether it’s a day trip or a pilgrimage, near or far, a journey is always an opportunity to discover God and oneself in new places and new things.” As director of Bible study and travel...