Members of the St. Joseph’s College community share how their faith and spirituality are keeping them positive during uncertain times.
Johnny Hincapie visited SJC Long Island to share his story of being falsely convicted of murder and imprisoned for 25 years.
St. Joseph’s College faculty and alumni discuss the benefits of the Department of Religious Studies and what they gain from it.
She doesn’t always do things the “nun-y” way. Sister Margaret Smyth, O.P., is the first to tell you she’s a bit unconventional when it comes to carrying out her work…
Through his passion for teaching, Thomas Petriano, Ph.D., explores with his students how religion addresses the great questions of life.
St. Joseph’s College is pleased to announce the introduction of a speaker’s bureau — a collection of faculty available to present on a series of specialized topics in Brooklyn and Long Island.
Eighteen students, two from each of the nine colleges founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph, go on a pilgrimage to Le Puy, France, to explore the birthplace of the Congregation.
The chair of the religious studies department and the campus ministry director at SJC Long Island will be guest speakers at special screenings of “Pope Francis: A Man of His…
Find out five reasons why SJC Long Island’s Wendy Turgeon, Ph.D., and students recommend a B.A. in Philosophy and Religious Studies.