The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet (CSJ), Consociates and Partners in Mission are leaders, educators, administrators, builders, healers and advocates who have dedicated their lives making bold moves for real change. Our ministries make BOLD moves to empower our community through education, outreach, healing and advocacy.

What motivates our community? We strive to move always toward the love of God and neighbor without distinction. Today, this means our programs walk with immigrants, care for the uninsured, mentor young women, and provide a place for spiritual seekers.

The best way to learn more about the ministries of the Sisters of St. Joseph is to visit them. Do you want to see their work in action? Join our tours.

St. Mary’s Health Clinics provides free healthcare and health education each year to more than 5,000 uninsured, and many undocumented, patients in seven clinic locations around the Twin Cities.

The St. Joseph Worker Program empowers young women through service at nonprofit organizations, serving more than 45,000 volunteer hours annually, and live in community, learn leadership skills, advocate for social justice and develop their spirituality.

Learning In Style School provides quality education in English, math, computer and citizenship in a supportive and respectful environment to more than 250 immigrants and refugees from 25 different nations annually.

Sarah’s… an Oasis for Women provides a home, safety and dignity for a diverse community of 45 immigrant women healing from trauma, where they can begin new and productive lives.

Wisdom Ways Center for Spirituality inspires more than 6,000 people to explore the spiritual dimensions of contemporary life and to re-imagine and embody all that women can be as agents of transformation in church and society.

 


The Justice Commission is a coalition of more than a dozen focus groups working for policy change, rooted in the belief that justice is the work and responsibility of both the whole community and each individual.