The Sisters of St. Joseph Brentwood are the largest order of Catholic women religious on Long Island, and have a 160-year tradition of ministering wherever they are needed. The Sisters are educators from elementary to university level, social workers, health care professionals, lawyers, medical doctors, parish ministers, administrators, environmentalists, spiritual directors, and advocates for social justice. Their mission includes empowering women and girls, education, health care, social justice, ecological conservation, and spirituality. The Sisters operate six high schools for girls and founded St. Joseph’s College. At their 211-acre Brentwood complex, the Sisters operate The CSJ Learning Connection for Adult Education, Maria Regina skilled nursing facility, an Organic Garden, and the St. Joseph’s Renewal Center. Providence House and Hour Children, founded by the Sisters, help incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women and their children.
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