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Living Peace Winter 2014Living Peace - Winter 2014 Issue
Deeper and Wider: The Challenge of Peace

Read the latest issue of our biannual Congregation Magazine, Living Peace. The theme of this issue, Deeper and Wider: The Challenge of Peace, is taken from the 22nd Congregation Chapter held in September. This issue features articles by two of our Chapter presenters, Fr. Anthony Gittins, CSSp and Sr. Gail Worcelo, SGM. Other articles by Sisters and Associates share the good news of our chapter, the experience of ministry in Haiti, reflections on our charism, and updates on justice and peace. We invite you to read along as we go deeper and wider into the challenge of peace.

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VIVA RetreatVIVA! Retreat for Single Catholic Women
Celebrating the Year of Consecrated Life 2015

Our Congregation Vocation Director is helping to plan the 5th annual VIVA! Retreat for single Catholic women (20-40) who are seeking the meaning of life by exploring a call to become a Catholic Sister. The weekend retreat will be held in the Archdiocese of Seattle in May 2015. This unique opportunity will include time with other discerners and Catholic Sisters, vocation stories, sharing time, quiet time, Mass, prayer, nature walks, and fun activities. Register early as space is limited!

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CSJP Statement on Immigration

ImmigrationThe Leadership Team of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace, want to express our appreciation for the actions taken last evening by President Obama to remove the threat of deportation for millions of families who have been living and working in the United States for years. It is past time that some actions be taken for the many families who are living under the threat of immanent deportation. Most especially, it is important to end the fear of children that when they come home from school or work their parents may not be there.

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YoCL logoYear of Consecrated Life

Pope Francis has announced 2015 as the Year of Consecrated Life. We have created a resource page to help you celebrate the Year of Consecrated Life and "Wake up the World!"

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New TeamNew Leadership Team Elected

The Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace elected new leadership during the 22nd Congregation Chapter meeting in September.

 

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Sisters professing vowsFour Women Profess Vows as Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace

We celebrated the first ever profession of vows at a Congregation Chapter on September 6, with not one but four women professing vows as Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace at a Eucharist liturgy. Dorothy Verna was welcomed into full membership and professed perpetual vows. Katrina Alton, Sheena George, and Juliana Ngozi Iwuagwu made their first profession in the congregation.

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