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Sisters of St. John the Baptist (C.S.J.B.) We are an
international community founded by Saint Alfonso
Maria Fusco in Italy in 1878. Our charism is to work
for the glory of God in the service of our neighbor
especially the poor, the abandoned, and those at
risk so that they may be able to realize themselves
in the Church and in society and become promoters of justice and peace. We are Teachers, Directors
of Religious Education, Pastoral Associates, Youth
Ministers, School Principals, Administrators and
Librarians, Counselors, Ministers of the Eucharist,
Healthcare Professionals, Pastoral Caregivers of
the aged, sick, and dying. Applicants must be free
from canonical impediments, high-school graduate,
good physical and mental health, appropriate social
maturity, and a desire to serve God´s people. Contact
Sr. Elsa Jeronimo, C.S.J.B.;908-295-4944; srelsaj@
Sisters of St. Joseph (S.S.J. & C.S.J.)—Federa-
tion Does loving God and neighbor without distinc-
tion stir your heart and energize you for living in
today’s world? In 1650, six ordinary women came
together to share their gift of God’s love. They prayed
daily, lived simply in community and responded to
the needs of their time. Over 360 years later, this
same mission continues in over 50 countries world-
wide. We are vowed religious women from all walks
of life who share the mission of Jesus, “that all may be
one.” We do this by praying together, living in com-
munity, and responding to the needs of our time. Our
mission calls us to work toward union of God and
neighbor without distinction. With our Associates,
Agrégées, and Volunteers, we respond to the needs
of our Church and world with compassion, creativity,
and courage by using our individual and collective
gifts in varied ways. Live the challenge of the Gospel
with us! For more information, please visit www.css-
jlife.org, or contact one of our Vocation Ministers.
Albany, NY: Sr. Rose Casaleno, C.S.J.; 518-783-3605;
email@example.com; www.csjalbany.org. Baden,
PA: Sr. Valerie Zottola, C.S.J.; 412-926-2059; vzot-
Boston, MA: Sr. Anna Edge, C.S.J.; 617-746-1621,
firstname.lastname@example.org; and Sr. Pat Quinn, C.S.J.;
617-746-2045; email@example.com; www.
csjboston.org. Brentwood, NY: Sr. Marie Mackey,
C.S.J.; 718-791-7911; Mackey@csjbrentwood.org;
www.brentwoodcsj.org; St. Joseph Worker Volunteer
Program (Brentwood): Sr. Theresa Scanlon, C.S.J.;
646-660-2711; Sr. Joan Gallagher, C.S.J., 347-585-
6144; SJWBrentwood@csjbrentwood.org; www.
brentwoodcsj.org. Chambery-West Hartford, CT:
Sr. Barbara Mullen, C.S.J.; 860-231-8678; sbamcsj@
gmail.com; www.sistersofsaintjoseph.org. Concor-
dia, KS: Co-Directors: Sr. Pat Eichner, C.S.J.; 308-
529-2675; firstname.lastname@example.org; Sr. Dian Hall,
C.S.J.; 770-546-6461; email@example.com; and Sr.
Lorren Harbin, C.S.J.; 970-260-2287; LHarbincsj@
gmail.com; www.csjkansas.org; C. S. J. Volunteer Pro-
gram: 785-243-2113 x1221; volunteer@csjkansas.
org. Congregation of St. Joseph: Sr. Ileana Fernan-
dez, C.S.J.; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.csjoseph.
org. Erie, PA: Sr. Rosemary O’Brien, S.S.J.; 814-836-
4212; email@example.com; www.ssjerie.org. Los
Angeles, CA: Sr. Ingrid Honore-Lallande, C.S.J.;
951-704-8888, firstname.lastname@example.org; and Sr.
Darlene Kawulok, C.S.J.; 310-569-2253; dkawulok@
csjla.org; www.csjla.org.; St. Joseph Worker Volun-
teer Program (Los Angeles): Sr. Judy Molosky, C.S.J.;
323-481-9932; email@example.com; www.stjosephworker-
west.org. Orange, CA: Sr. Sharon Becker, C.S.J.; 714-
633-8121 x7108; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.
csjorange.org; St. Joseph Worker Volunteer Program
(Orange, CA): Sr. Joanna Rosciszewska, C.S.J.; 714-
515-0471; email@example.com; csjorange.org/
PA: Sr. Celeste Mokrzycki, S. S.J.; 215-248-7236; sis-
firstname.lastname@example.org; www.ssjphila.org; St. Joseph
Worker Volunteer Program (Philadelphia): Sr. Julie
Fertsch, S.S.J.; 215-248-7235; email@example.com;
www.stjosephworkerphila.org. Rochester, NY: Sr.
Donna Del Santo, S.S.J.; 585-733-4422; vocations@
ssjrochester.org; www.ssjrochester.org; Sisters of
Saint Joseph Volunteer Corps: 585-529-5689; vol-
firstname.lastname@example.org. Springfield, MA: Sr.
Natalie Cain, S.S.J.; 413-536-0853 x249; ncain@
ssjspringfield.com; ssjspringfield.org. St. Augustine,
FL: Sr. Florence Bryan, S.S.J., 904-206-2873; email:
Fbryanssj@gmail.com; www.ssjfl.org. St. Louis, MO:
Sr. Amy Hereford, C.S. J.; 314-972-4783; ahereford@
csjlife.org or email@example.com; www.csjlife.org.
St. Paul, MN: Sr. Jill Underdahl, C.S.J., 651-696-
2873; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.csjstpaul.
org; St. Joseph Worker Volunteer Program (St. Paul):
Bridgette Kelly; 651-690-7049; email@example.com;
www.stjosephworkers.org. Watertown, NY: Sr. Mary
Gregory Munger, S.S.J.; 315-782-3460; smgssj@
See ad on page 39. Code #024.
Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace
(C.S.J.P.) “We want brave, noble, large-minded, and courageous souls.” Those
attributes, written by Founder, Mother
Clare in 1887, are among those we seek in new
members today as our Congregation recommits to
Jesus´ way of radical hospitality. Contemplative
discernment and our charism of peace through justice compel us to expand and create new ministries
not just “for” but “with” people who’ve been pushed
to the margins. Called to carry on the mission of
Jesus, we practice hospitality, nonviolence, and care
for creation. Recalling Jesus´ identification with the
prophetic tradition, we develop a critical, sensitive
conscience regarding religious, social, cultural, economic, and political realities. Prayer is fundamental
to our life. Our presence to one another in community enables, sustains, and challenges us to be responsive to our mission. Our sisters and associates
minister in education, healthcare, social justice,
parish ministry, spiritual direction, and peace ministry in the U.S., U.K., and Haiti. Vocation Contact:
Sr. Coralie Muzzy, C.S.J.P., Vocation Director, P.O.
Box 248, Bellevue, WA, 98009-0248, 425-467-5401;
See ad on page 114. Code #227.
Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third
Order of St. Francis
(S.S.J.-T.O.S.F.) The Sisters of St.
Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis
are a community of more than 300
Franciscan vowed religious women and associate
members who are dedicated to gospel living. We are
committed to building life-giving communities,
empowering one another to live the truth of Gospel
values, bonding with others in ever-widening circles
of compassion and peace, and speaking from our
common understanding that there be no outcasts in
our experience of life on this earth. The missioned
presence of the congregation continues today in 14
states, Puerto Rico, and Peru. For more information
contact the Director of Vocation Ministry, P.O. Box
305, Stevens Point, WI 54481; 715-341-8457; email
firstname.lastname@example.org; website www.ssj-tosf.org. See
our ad at DigitalVocationGuide.org.
See ad on page 36. Code #154.
Sisters of St. Rita (O.S.A.) The Sisters of St. Rita
are an active/contemplative Augustinian Com-
munity, following the Rule of St. Augustine and the
example of St. Rita of Cascia, our Patroness. Like
St. Rita we serve people in love, peace, and recon-
ciliation. Our ministries include: healthcare, family
care, and pastoral care of the sick, elderly, and dy-
ing, especially working with people with dementia
and Alzheimer´s. Catechism, parish, and prison
ministries, as well as serving the poor are part of
our volunteer outreach. We welcome women who
have the desire to live a common life with us and
committing themselves to living the three evan-
gelical counsels of consecrated celibacy, poverty,
and obedience. As Augustinian women we strive
to be of “one mind and heart on the way to God.”
Community is the first mission and charism of our
religious community. Contact: Sr. Angelica Summer,
O.S.A. 4014 North Green Bay Road, Racine, WI
53404; 262-639-1766; email: sr.angelica@sbcglobal.
net; website: sistersofstrita.org.
Sisters of the Divine Savior (S.D.S.)
[Salvatorian Sisters] We make up the
women religious branch of the international Salvatorian Family. We collaborate in mission
and ministries with priests and brothers of the Society of the Divine Savior and Lay Salvatorian
women and men. The Salvatorian Sisters were
founded in Tivoli, Italy in 1888 by John Baptist
Jordan and Therese von Wullenweber. Our apostolic ministries include efforts to stop human trafficking, social work, counseling, law, art, pastoral
care, education, and healthcare. We carry out our
mission to make known the goodness and kindness
of Jesus in 26 countries, including the U.S. in Arizona, California, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.
Women ages 20-50 can learn more about life in
community with Sisters of the Divine Savior by
contacting Sr. Mary Lee Grady, S.D.S. at gradym@
salvatoriansisters.org or 414-466-0810 ext. 229.
See ad on page 115. Code #315.
Sisters of the Good Shepherd (R.G.S. and
C.G.S.) We are driven by a vow of zeal. We are an
international congregation with communities in 73
countries. Our work is of God and our mission is one
of reconciliation. We strive to model our lives after
the heart of Jesus, the Good Shepherd, who left the
flock of 99 to respond to the one sheep in special
need. Our apostolic work centers on marginalized
and hurting people who are affected by violence,
abuse, and neglect, most notably women, girls, and
children. We are strong social justice advocates
and have a seat on the United Nations Economic
and Social Council, where we have joined others
around the world to end human trafficking. Our
contemplative ministry focuses on prayer to bring
the liberating love of Jesus, the Good Shepherd to
all of God´s people. Good Shepherd Sisters help
others to transform their lives. It is thrilling and
rewarding work. Apostolic Vocation Director: Sr.
Jean Marie Fernandez, R.G.S.; 415-586-2822 or
415-676-8251; email@example.com; Contemplative
Director: Sr. Elizabeth Garciano, C.G.S.; 314-837-
1719; firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: sister-
See ad on page 120. Code #077.
Sisters of the Holy Family (S.S.F.) The Sisters of
the Holy Family were founded by Henriette De-lille, a free woman of color, in 1842 in New Orleans, Louisiana during the time of slavery. Her
Sisters have depended on the grace and goodness
of God and lived according to His will, their motto: “No cross. No crown.” They were founded to
help the sick and elderly, to teach uneducated, and
to bring the message of Jesus to the poor and marginalized. For 175 years, we have used our gifts
for teaching, nursing, social service, administration, pastoral, housing, and prison ministries in