Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston React to Charlottesville Tragedy
Brighton, MA: As persons of faith who embrace the Gospel values of respect for the dignity of all persons and non-violent, peaceful resolution of differences, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston and our Associates abhor the recent tragic events in Charlottesville, perpetrated by white supremacists.
The alarming growth and increased activities of various hate groups throughout our country are contrary to both our religious and civic values. We renew our commitment to our charism of unity and reconciliation, and we stand in solidarity with all those who condemn acts of hatred and violence fueled by racism or any form of intolerance.
CSJ Boston Statement on the US-DPRK Crisis
Brighton, MA: Last week, while tensions between the governments of the United States and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea [DPRK] quickly escalated, 700 members of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious meeting in Orlando, FL issued a public statement imploring President Donald J. Trump to engage in dialogue and negotiation. This statement of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston is based on the LCWR statement
Sisters, associates, partners in mission, and students, reflect on the mission and values of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston in their Sponsored and Congregation Ministries. Click here to view.