Sisters of St. Joseph: Serving the city for 175 years

Jerry Naunheim Jr.
When the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet were founded in France in the mid-1600s, their founder, Jesuit Father Jean Pierre Medaille, called on them to go forth and "divide the city" and serve others. This year, the sisters are kicking off 175 years of presence and ministry in the United States, which all began in St. Louis.

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