Who we are0

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– The sick and the elderly
– Deprived children and young people
– The mentally or physically disabled
– Sick prisoners and all in need of our help

We serve in:
– Hospitals and nursing homes and their training school
– In Kindergartens and children’s homes and their related schools
– In Parish and Church education of establishments
– and in Mission areas

When we visit people, we should be full of compassionate love both in word and deed.
In the poor and suffering, we serve Christ Our Lord. We see “the Lord in the poor (St. Vincent de Paul)” and find the face of Jesus in all who need our help.

Christ exists in the center of our life and community. It is His love that binds us together. We follow His call with “Humility, Simplicity and Charity (St. Vincent de Paul)”.

With complete confidence in the Providence of our heavenly Father and trusting the protection of Mary with her humble dispositions, we go forward.



– Preface of the Constitutions –

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