CSJ Oral History Project: Making Vows and Receiving the Habit
Sisters of St Joseph the Worker Endorse Vocation Promotion Program
Our Shared History - Our Shared Future
KCMO group of laity and religious attend Institute on Religious Life National Conference
Sisters of St Joseph of Cluny
The Sisters of St. Joseph, also known as the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph and abbreviated C.S.J. or S.S.J., is a Roman Catholic religious congregation of women founded in Le Puy-en-Velay, France, in 1650. This Congregation has approximately 14,000 members worldwide: about 7,000 in the United States; 2,000 in France; and are active in fifty other countries.