Our services to others express our Marian service and we find our joy. We believe we are called to witness to Jesus through our compassionate presence to those we serve.
All over the country that make up the Province, we had sisters in education at all levels - religious classes for adults, organization of religious education in high school, courses for children retrappage primary school, the disabled mentally. A sister teaches French to newly arrived refugees and immigrants in Canada.
For many years, our sisters were in medical care, but we are now limited to two nursing sisters in Canada and a nursing sister in Congo who cares for the sick living nearby. There is a Congolese sister is studying nursing; other studies Lab. A Canadian sisters help with AIDS patients; a sister in France is very involved with the mentally handicapped.
All across the province, there are sisters in pastoral services - preparation for the sacraments of initiation and marriage - Sunday school, meeting with grieving families and preparing the funeral. Several sisters make visits to elderly and / or sick and bringing them Communion. One is involved with the prisoners.
Our sisters in the Democratic Republic of Congo teach in primary schools, teaching catechism, visit and help the sick, war refugees, those in need.
Other services sisters outside communities there is also the service inside. Especially where there are elderly and sick sisters, sisters there more involved in their care and assure a community life.