Caring with compassion for the sick and suffering people of God in a holistic way especially the handicapped, the abjectly poor, the aged and the abandoned in all ramifications- socially, economically, spiritually, educationally, psychologically, and mentally. This practical Charity enables the people to whom the sisters are taking care of to grow in wholeness.
To highlight devotion to Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament (Perpetual Adoration) this strengthens the spirituality of the sisters. The Blessed Sacrament is adored perpetually in all our communities where we have the required number of sisters. The formation houses undertake perpetual adoration no matter the number of the sisters in the house. Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament is the source of strength sustaining the sisters in their active apostolate.
Revitalization of the Educational System. this aspect of our apostolate focuses on the education of the youth. The sisters work and teach in schools; impacting knowledge and given support to the vulnerable children of the society that cannot access education by offering scholarships.
Personal sanctification of its members and observation of the Norms and Rules of the Congregation. Our Congregation is a non-profitable organization. The sisters in their humble service to humanity counsel, listen, visit and care for the sick, the suffering and the less privileged people of the society.
We are also involved in pastoral work in parishes where we are living, for example teaching catechism, organizing some pious societies in the Church, working with the C.W.O, organizing the prayer meetings of Mary League Girls and instructing the youths which are the means of revitalization of the faith of the people. Likewise, we relate very well with the local ordinary and parish priests of the different communities and participate fully in the activities of the diocese.