From the very beginning the sisters involved themselves in ministries of social service, education, and health care. They worked directly with the poor and sick in their own homes, provided housing and care for women, orphans, and blind children and adults, and, as need arose, established schools and hospitals.
Read these stories from our Congregation Archives:
"The important thing is that we remain open to God as he reveals himself to us in the circumstances of life and do everything possible to bring the body of his Son to completion."
Catherine O'Connor, CSJP