Saint Joseph’s College is changing the way its community members see and interact with the world around them.
Saint Joseph’s College Receives a Generous and Meaningful Gift from Alumnus Vincent Palange II ‘87, now on Display at the Healy Chapel
Vincent Palange II ’87 donated Blessed Mother and Jesus statues to the College
Julie’s Path— a Spiritual Journey to God and Inner Peace Through Labyrinth Walking at Saint Joseph’s College
Stroll down the path to Sebago Lake and spend a few reflective moments walking through the new Labyrinth.
All theology students, especially MAT alumni, now have the opportunity to participate in our Theology Doctorate Program through Pontifex University.
Saint Joseph’s College offers a variety of summer programs including accelerated hybrid (online/onsite) courses through which online students can experience our beautiful lakeside campus in Southern Maine! These offerings range from non-credit to undergraduate and graduate level. Looking to earn credits over the summer? Reserve your spot by April 30.
Sister Karen Schneider RSM, MD, MPH will receive an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters during the Saint Joseph’s College Commencement exercises on Saturday, May 11, 2019.
Divine Intervention: Two Sisters of Mercy, two stained glass windows, and a decision that changed everything
by Patricia Erikson The real estate agent took the Sisters to see the small stone chapel. The rest is history. For the Aztecs, it was the prophecy of an eagle, perched on a prickly pear cactus and devouring a snake. For Brigham Young and the Latter Day Saints, it was a [...]
Saint Joseph’s College of Maine has partnered with the Catholic Apostolate Center to offer continuing education units for those individuals who work in or support ministry. These asynchronous, non-credit courses facilitate online learning through video, discussion boards, and learning assessments.
Embodying the core value of faith at Saint Joseph’s College, the new Campus Chaplain Father Gabriel provides several new opportunities to engage in the Mercy tradition.
The Center for Faith and Spirituality and the Center for Sustainable Communities were pleased to welcome The Burnurwurbskek Singers — the Keepers of the Penobscot Drum — to campus in October to share their traditional music and experiences of life on reservations today with students, faculty, and staff, as well as members of the public. Several Sisters of Mercy attended the event, which led to much fond reminiscing about shared family history and the Sisters' time spent serving in several Wabanaki communities across the state.