The Congregation of the Daughters of Mary Immaculate (Marianist Sisters) was founded by Venerable Adele de Batz de Trenquelléon and Blessed William Joseph Chaminade on May 25, 1816. We are a religious family especially consecrated to Mary.
We work to make Mary known, loved and served, and we collaborate with her with all our strength in the mission entrusted to us by the Church. Like Mary and with her we look at the situation of our world and look for the ways that allow Jesus to be welcomed by the men and women of today.
Currently, our congregation has approximately 340 members living in 14 countries.
In Africa: Togo, Ivory Coast.
In North America: United States.
In South America: Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Argentina.
In Asia: South Korea, Japan and India.
In Europe: Spain, France and Italy.
We are now preparing for two new foundations: in Malawi (Africa) and Vietnam (Asia) in 2017.