Apostolic Works and Activities
Our founders understood how important it is to have good teachers in life, and they were guides for many who needed to strengthen their faith and grow as people.
The Marianist principles that characterize our educational style date from the beginning of our foundation. The Marianist Sisters are responsible for preserving this legacy and keeping it alive in our own works and in those in which we collaborate, be they works of the Marianist Family, diocesan, or inter-congregational.
This would not be possible without the help of the lay educators who work in our schools, sharing our mission and making the Marianist Education Project a reality.
This family environment is that which allows us to develop an integral and quality education. We seek to convey to our students the coherent relationships among faith and culture and life. Marianist education is, therefore, education in faith.
Just as in the days of our founders, we live in the midst of rapid and great transformations, and for that reason, another characteristic that defines our schools is adaptation to change, always maintaining and cultivating Christian values.
Our Spirituality Centers particularly welcome people or groups who are looking for a quiet and welcoming space. The interior atmosphere of the house and the natural environment facilitate the encounter with oneself and with God. These houses offer retreats, spiritual exercises, religious and human encounters, and other activities. Various parish groups hold their meetings and activities here.
Reception and integral development of young people in need (Korea).
Medical Outpatient Clinic / Nursing
Centers to serve deprived populations in places with scarce resources.
Homes for young people who live far from schools, offering them a safe environment and a family climate where they can develop fully and be able to study.
Residences for the elderly
We seek to create a welcoming and fraternal atmosphere where the elderly live serenely, receiving the best care and the closest attention.
Agricultural Project in Tchébébé (Togo) and Jacqueville (Ivory Coast)
Breeding farm animals in a self-sustaining way (Tchébébé).
Project Rebecca (Italy) and ULMI = www.ULMI.org
Pastoral and Parish Activities
Many sisters collaborate in parishes, whether in pastoral organization and catechesis, in the formation of parish workers, in theological-biblical formation, retreats, etc.
Professional work extending Mary's mission
Sisters engaged in various activities, as teachers, directors, social workers, nurses, psychologists, administrators, specific work in communities, etc … in collaboration with other organizations.