Becoming a Sister

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Does living the Christian call of Baptism with others in active and inclusive love energize and challenge you? This is what Sisters of St Joseph have done for 360 years and are still doing today in over 50 countries. In 1650 six ordinary women came together to serve their neighbor. They lived together and nourished their lives with regular prayer and sharing of their experiences of revealing the love and compassion of God to those in need. The three congregations within the Canadian Federation are continuing this mission of the unifying love of God by inviting others to fullness of life through union within themselves, with each other, with God and the whole of creation. Do you feel this same desire to live this way in our world today? Contact a Vocation Director in one of our Canadian Congregations and explore your life choices with us.

For further information please contact:

Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto:
www.csj-to.ca;   Sister Rosemary Fry: rfry@csj-to.ca

Sisters of St. Joseph of Sault Ste Marie:
www.csjssm.ca:  Sister Alice Greer:  agreer@csjssm.ca

Congregation of Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada:
www.csjcanada.org:  Sister Mary Rowell:  mrowell@csjcanada.org