The Congregation of Jesus Mary Joseph is a Catholic Religious Women’s Congregation. Today, 837 members of JMJ follow in the footsteps of Fr. Mathias Wolff in various parts of the world, carrying out the same mission of liberation and the salvation of the soul with a Charism of ‘An ever Adaptable Apostolic Availability’.Read more
Mathias was born to Mathias Wolff and Anna Maria Zenner on 6th March 1779 in Diekirk, a village in a very small country Luxemburg in Europe. founded the Congregation on 29th July 1822, in Amersfoort, and named it, the Society of Jesus Mary Joseph,which was known as ‘PedagogieChretienne’ (Christian Education) during its initial stages.Read more
The Congregation of JMJ was founded on 29th July 1822 under the name: ‘Pédagogie Chrétienne’ (Christian Education). In addition to it, in 1839, the founder gave the name ‘Sisters of Blessed Virgin Mary’ which later was named as Society of Jesus Mary Joseph and now the ‘Congregation of Jesus Mary Joseph’.