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St. Joseph’s orphanage

As of yesterday, July 1, 2020, St. Joseph Orphanage is an independent behavioral health, child welfare and educational treatment agency separate from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. St. Joseph Orphanage was founded by Bishop Edward D. Fenwick in 1829 in collaboration with four Sisters of Charity who came to Cincinnati from

CINCINNATI (May 22, 2020) – On May 20th, 2020, St. Joseph Orphanage (SJO) was awarded $228,619 from Federal Communications Commission (FCC) COVID-19 Telehealth Program. These funds will be used for technology and telehealth services to allow clients and families to remain safely at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. “Our staff

St. Joseph Orphanage’s Behavior Support Specialist, Willie Wright, packs bags of food alongside other education team members to be delivered to the homes of students.
by Eileen Connelly, OSU Teachers, therapists and staff members at St. Joseph Orphanage (SJO) have been responding to the COVID-19 crisis with above and beyond dedication and compassion. Founded by the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati in 1829, SJO is one of the oldest child and family service agencies in

A Sister of the Precious Blood calls a young boy safe as he slides into home plate in this 1960 photograph. (CT File/Throwback Thursday)
Staff Report Nothing says summer like some sandlot baseball, and nothing shows the commitment of the Sisters of the Precious Blood like the photo accompanying this Throwback Thursday story. The unnamed sister in full habit seen in the photo above is calling a young boy safe as he slides into home plate during

By Steve Trosley The Catholic Telegraph  St. Joseph’s Orphanage still lives up to its name but the many services it offers bares little resemblance to the traditional concept of orphanage.