Brothers and Sisters (Consecrated Life)

If you are looking for more information on becoming a Brother or Sister, please contact the office of the Delegate for Consecrated Life at religious@diopitt.org or (412) 456-3067. There are many resources on the diocesan website to guide you here. Our own Sister Annie Bremmer is also available to speak with you,  at abremmer@sts-jp.org or (724) 935-2104 x223.


What is a Priest? Am I Called? How Should I Answer the Call? If you have these kinds of questions, or to just to learn more about God’s Call, you may speak with Father McCaffrey. Please feel free to also contact Father Joe Freedy through www.pghpriest.com, at jfreedy@diopitt.org, or at (412) 456-3000 x3612. You can also inquire through St. Paul Seminary in Pittsburgh through their website stpaulsem.org or at (412) 456-3048.

Capuchin Franciscan Friars

What is a Capuchin Friar? Can I be a Friar? How long does it take to be a Capuchin? Find out the answers to these questions by clicking below!

Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities

The Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities is a congregation of more than 400 vowed women religious whose origin goes back to St. Francis of Assisi in the 13th century. They are rooted in the Gospel and serve all with reverence, justice and compassion. For more information, contact sisters@sosf.org or click below!

Sisters of St. Joseph

The Sisters of Saint Joseph commit themselves to serving God and the ‘dear neighbor’ without distinction. For more information on the Sisters, call (724) 869-2151 or click below!