That All May be One
History of the Sisters of St. Joseph
- Oral History Project at CSJ Institute at Mount Saint Mary’s University, Los Angeles
- Log Cabin Chronicles video series, presented by Sister Mary McGlone
- Building a City of Sisterly Love, a history of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Chestnut Hill
The US Federation of the Sisters of St. Joseph has a many resources on their website
Below are a few resources from their website:
The Maximed Life, Marcia Allen, CSJ
The Maxims of the Little Institute, written by Jean Pierre Medaille, SJ for the first Sisters of St. Joesph, are 100 short sayings to help the sisters grow in virtue. Sr. Marcia Allen, CSJ presents a nine-part series that helps viewers to read these Maxims in contemporary context and in the context of one's own life circumstances.
Maxims of the Little Institute, Marcia Allen, CSJ
Maxims of the Little Institute original translation, a modern version, and a commentary: This document really consists of three resources. The first part contains a translation of the text of the Maxims, as adapted by Marcia Allen, CSJ. The second part is a modern reinterpretation of the Maxims by students of Susan Wilcox, CSJ, written in modern colloquial language. Finally, a commentary by Mary Helen Kashuba, SSJ on these Maxims includes their origins and provides insight into how to read and pray with them. (As found on the Philadelphia SSJ site.).
Jean-Pierre Médaille video series
Video Series: Jean-Pierre Médaille and the Church in 17th Century France. Anne Hennessy, CSJ, a Sister of St. Joseph of Orange presents a series in three parts that examines France, the Church, the Society of Jesus, and in the context of all this, Jean-Pierre Médaille, SJ, co-founder of the Sisters of St. Joseph.
A Story with an Endless Beginning Sisters Of St. Joseph Illustrated Booklet Compressed. This presentation was prepared by Jean Brahm and Carol A. Rohloff, CSJ