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We help more than 15,000 individuals annually. Find out how.
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This movement continues to grow and we need your help.
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Support the Sisters' network of Hope & Healing.
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Stay up to date with our ministries, justice work, and events.

IMPACT

We help more than 15,000 individuals annually. Find out how.

GET INVOLVED

This movement continues to grow and we need your help.

DONATE

Support the Sisters' network of Hope & Healing.

SUBSCRIBE

Stay up to date with our ministries, justice work, and events.

Why They Give

“The CSJ’s show how much love they have for people who are underprivileged and need help. Everyone is entitled to quality medical care and so many of those served by the Sisters have no access to other resources. Few Catholics have had the great experience to be personally involved in the Sisters’ work. We are so grateful.”

Terry and John Griep first got to know the Sisters of St. Joseph through St. Mary’s Health Clinics and were impressed by the amount of love the CSJs show to the dear neighbor.

The Ministries Foundation raises funds to provide the resources that the ministries need to continue serving all those in our communities. Join the Griep’s today and help ensure the ministries of the Sisters of St. Joseph continue into the future.

For more than 170 years, the Sisters of St. Joseph have been serving in Minnesota where the need is greatest. From the founding of St. Joseph’s Hospital in response to the cholera epidemic to the 1918 Spanish Flu to both World Wars, the Great Depression and now COVID—and everything in between—the Sisters have always responded nimbly with dignity and compassion to those in need. They advance opportunities for others. They are proven leaders who get things done.

For the past 30 years the Ministries Foundation has been supporting and promoting the programs of the CSJs that provide education services to immigrants and refugees, develop leaders through servant leadership, provide health care to those without access, and nurture spiritual seekers.
Today their programs reach more than 15,000 people in the Twin Cities annually, many of whom live on the margins of society and who have few other resources.