Mission Work: Alabama 

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In 1940, five Sisters of Saint Joseph departed for Selma, Alabama to work with and on behalf of African Americans in that area. Soon after their arrival, our Sisters opened a much needed school, helped to open and operate an 85-bed hospital, established a nursing school, and founded a home for the aged.

After integration in the late sixties, these facilities were no longer needed and our Sisters moved into other areas of ministry – still focused on the needs of the rural poor. Today, two Sisters continue the tradition of outreach in Vredenburgh and Selma, Alabama.

Sisters of Saint Joseph of Rochester

Sisters of Saint Joseph of
Rochester Motherhouse
150 French Road
Rochester, NY 14618

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