About Susan Wilcox, CSJ
Susan Wilcox, CSJ is a Sister of St. Joseph of Brentwood, NY and runs the Campus Ministry Office at St. Joseph's College in Brooklyn. She has Masters Degrees in Education and Conscious Evolution. Providence House, a shelter for homeless and incarcerated women and their children helped form her vocation to religious life; working part-time for the Global Joseph Family at the United Nations broadened it and the CSJ Earth Matters Committee saved her vocation. She is a re-occurring character in a book titled, "Thank You Anarchy: Notes from the Occupy Apocalypse" (University of California Press).
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