Members of the St. Joseph’s College community share how their faith and spirituality are keeping them positive during uncertain times.
As members of the SJC community adapt to the impact of COVID-19 outbreak, campus minister reminds us “social distancing doesn’t mean social isolation.”
SJC Long Island’s Department of Religious Studies is collaborating with the Plaza Cinema and Media Arts Center in Downtown Patchogue for showings of the film “A Hidden Life.”
Alumni and students thank the SJC people who inspired them and helped them grow during their time at St. Joseph’s College.
Nine SJC Long Island students visited New Orleans Jan. 5–11 to work with nonprofits for a service-based Mission Trip during their winter break.
SJC Long Island’s Cristian Murphy created a documentary titled “Masterpieces,” about artists’ call to serve God through their work.
SJC Long Island’s Campus Ministry will host a partial screening of the documentary “Summer in the Forest” Tuesday, Oct. 15, at 5:30 p.m. in the McGann.
One of SJC’s largest service efforts, alternative breaks encourage students to live out three of the College’s five pillars — service, social responsibility and service.
SJC Long Island students, faculty and staff gathered outside on the quad Monday, Sept. 16, during Common Hour for Mass on the Grass.
U.S. Army Sergeant D’nellio Bennett used one word to describe his country on the 18th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks: “United.” Bennett, a senior biology major and chemistry…