Sisters of St. Joseph the Worker (S.J.W.)

Sisters of St. Joseph the Worker (S.J.W.) [Code: 611]

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The Sisters of St. Joseph the Worker are an active community of diocesan right.  Founded in 1974, our purpose is two-fold: Contemplative union with God and Sharing Christ’s saving love through our apostolic endeavors. Following the Vincentian Spirituality through the practice of the Virtues of simplicity, self-sacrifice, and charity, our particular concern is service to the poor. Our motto, “Here I am, Lord, I come to do Your Will” expresses our total abandonment to God through an all-embracing dedication to the Magisterium of the Church. We honor St. Joseph as our patron saint under the title of “the Worker” who gave us the example of glorifying God by going about daily tasks in a quiet, humble, and hidden way. Our emblem is a censor burning out and offering up of all our prayers, works, joys, and sufferings to build up the Kingdom of God.



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