The community is contemplative-active, committed to evangelization through catechesis and retreats, according to the ideals of St. Francis and St. Dominic who rebuilt the Church in Truth and Charity.
A daily prayer to St Joseph… and a challenge
The American Province has undertaken various apostolic works serving God and neighbor in a spirit of Franciscan joy since The above left icon depicts our spirituality and apostolic life. The icon of the hands represent our apostolic service of people. The sisters try to imitate Christ and his Mother, especially in the mystery of their simple, hidden life in Nazareth. Francis of Assisi is our model for imitating the human life of Jesus. Just as St. Francis did, Sisters Servants want to love the Cross, to do penance, and to joyfully discover God in all of his creation. The sisters also venerate the Immaculate Patroness of the Congregation by responding to her various appeals.
We are The Sister Servants of the Blessed Sacrament, a religious community devoting our lives to adoration of the Holy Eucharist and the education of children and youth. For more than years, we have shared a life of service and dedication in communities in the United States, Mexico, Central America and South America. Share that journey with us now. We can also answer any questions you may have if you think you may be called to the religious life.
Founded over years ago in Western Ukraine, the Sisters Servants strive to follow the example of their patroness, Mary, the Immaculate Mother of God. May you come to feel at home with the Sisters. May you find comfort, be enriched and grow in joy and peace, as you get to know them. The Sister Servants are witnesses of Christ, living out His Gospel in prayer, love and service, ennobling hearts wherever the need is greatest.. In the spirit of their founders, aware of their heritage, yet attentive to the signs of the times, in light of the Gospel, the Sisters are attuned to new directions in their mission. The Sisters educate people of all ages, in mind and spirit, developing their gifts for the service of God and the community. To bring the love of Christ to those who are sick and to the elderly is at the heart of what many of our Sisters do daily. Matt T January 7th, Community News.