The Sisters of St Joseph of Carondelet hold as their mission to continue the mission of Jesus ”that all may be one,” – John 17:21
The members of the congregation minister in a way that:
Walking for Alzheimer’s Caregiving Families
Alzheimer’s disease affects over 5 million people in the United States. It is an irreversible, progressive brain disorder that slowly destroys memory and thinking skills. To help fundraise for caregiving families, we have joined forces with Alzheimer’s Greater Los Angeles. Join or sponsor our St. Joseph’s Walkers team to help support families affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia. We will be walking on November 6th at Century Park. You may bring cash or send checks (payable to ALZGLA) to the Mission Advancement Office at Carondelet Center by Nov. 1. Or register/donate here
Read a story published by the Global Sisters Report on Sister Mary Schneider’s experience last summer at Camp Suzanne. http://globalsiste.rs/2e7OOCK
He founded the Congregation Sisters of St. Joseph in Le Puy, France which received canonical status on October 15, 1650. Learn more about our humble beginnings by clicking on this link.
We live to fulfill the mission of Jesus. We live simply, love inclusively and listen attentively for the good and the protection of God’s creation.
Along with our Associates and ministry partners, we serve others in the United States, Japan and Peru.