Sisters of St. Joseph of CarondeletSeptember 20, 2017

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"Women & Spirit: Catholic Sisters in America" Includes CSJ Artifact


The Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) has mounted an exhibit on the rich history and contributions of Catholic Sisters in the United States. Through photographs, artifacts and documentary material drawn from the archives of many congregations, this exhibit, entitled “Women & Spirit: Catholic Sisters in America,” tells how Sisters played a vital role in shaping American life from before the earliest days of the republic and throughout its history. Many amazing, one-of-a-kind artifacts will be featured, including the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet’s “Handwritten Custom Book of 1868.” The book, which is usually on display in the Heritage Room at our motherhouse in St. Louis, is now on loan to the exhibit.

The exhibit is currently booked at the following locations:
 
Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal in the Cincinnati History Museum
Cincinnati, Ohio
May 16, 2009 - August 3
 
The Women's Museum: An Institute for the Future
Dallas, Texas
September 2009 - December 2009
 
Smithsonian-International Gallery in the Dillon Ripley Center
Washington, DC
January - April 2010
 
Statue of Liberty National Monument/Ellis Island Immigration Museum
New York City
September - December 2010

Mississippi River Museum
Dubuque, Iowa
February - April 2011
 
Watch the Women and Spirit Website for information on additional sites.  Read an article about "Women and Spirit" by Sister Carole Shinnick, SSND. Read an article in Health Progress. (Wait for photos to download.)