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About

We follow Jesus in the ordinariness of his life. His love for the little ones and marginalized inspire us. We live a cosmic spirituality that helps us to see whole creation as brothers and sisters and God as the Universal Father and mother and Creator. This calls us to a spirituality of communion and solidarity, of all - inclusive love. We develop an attitude of being a ‘haven’ for our brothers and sisters. We work for harmony and peace and foster communion of life in us, among us and around us.

We live the Beatitudes in our occupations making Jesus of Nazareth alive in our area of occupation. We are called to be ‘Emmanuel’ in die contemporary world. This takes us to a constant discernment of listening to the Word of God and to the Newspaper while responding to the signs of time-a spirituality of synthesis where in we influence the cultures with the values of the Incarnate Word. Inculturation and self-emptying love are key words for us. We live the radicality of the Gospel in the reality of the world. We strive to translate our hidden consecration in daily life transforming the dailiness of human existence into a salvific experience. We do experience the tension of being at the ‘confluence’ of consecration and secularity.

Like Mary our mother and model of our consecration

Like Mary our mother and model of our consecration we experience the infilling of the Spirit and respond to the life- demands treasuring and pondering over the mysteries of life.

The Spirit of the Institute is the spirit of undaunted faith that urges us to launch out into the uncharted areas of contemporary world with missionary zeal, in our ordinariness, with courage and conviction and determination. The legacy of the Institute is in her members who are imbued with connectedness expressed in personal responsibility, inner freedom and risk taking.
The legacy of the Institute is in her members who are imbued with connectedness expressed in personal responsibility, inner freedom and risk taking.
Franciscan characteristics of joy, simplicity, hospitality, availability, littleness and poverty mark our life. In our simplicity we resemble the ordinary people with whom we share the daily struggles of life. We take part in the creative work of God through our daily work.
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