Tuesday, July 23, 2019
   
Text Size

Is God calling you to more in your life? Click here.

Would you like to help us by volunteering? Click here.

Are you looking for meaningful reflections? Click here.

Inside the Say No to Nestlé Campaign

Say No To Nestlé is an ongoing effort to stop Nestlé’s water taking in Wellington County. The Sisters of St. Joseph in Canada and the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto recently made generous financial donations to Wellington Water Watchers to support this campaign. Click here to read more about the campaign and its challenges.

CSJ Associates Commitment Day 2019
Each year during springtime, Associates gather together with Sisters to renew their Commitment as CSJ Associates. 

Urging Ontario to Reconsider Legal Aid Cuts

On April 22, the Office for Systemic Justice, Federation of Sisters of St. Joseph of Canada, sent Premier Doug Ford the following letter:

Associates’ Assembly Day 2019

To Walk Humbly with God in Haiti was the theme of the Associates’ 2019 Assembly Day. The 35 Associates and five Sisters gathered together to explore the topic of the poor in Haiti and pray from the heart for understanding, solutions and supports for the Haitian people.

Fifth Sunday of Lent: Solidarity Sunday, April 7

Sister Divinia Pedro is engaged in ministry in Fort St. James, British Columbia. Mark Hayter, a parishioner with Sister Divinia at Our Lady of the Snows Parish, shared this beautiful and moving reflection on migrants and refugees. We have his permission to share his reflection here.

FacebookTwitterYouTube

Pray With Us

Since 2002, December 12 has been the National Day of Prayer in Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples. Let us pray for and with our First Nations People in Canada, asking God to bless them on this day and all days. 

Meet a Sister

Sister Mary Mettler Photo
I always felt as cared for as much as I had assisted.
My first mission as a newly-professed Sister was to St. Joseph’s Health Centre, where I saw the Sisters engaged in ministry to the sick and their loved ones. This new experience is what drew me to study nursing — that I might live out the motto "Whatever you do to the least of my brothers and sisters, you do to Me." Nurturing community wasn’t the language we used at that time, but that is what we did. 
 
My years with St.
© 2019 Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto  |  E-mail: info@csj-to.ca  |  Phone: 416-467-8070  |  Website by Poverello Media