The story of Blessed Edmund Rice has inspired generations of people across the world. Among the values that we cherish from his tradition are his generosity, his courage, his humanity, his love of Gods word in Scripture, his devotion to the Mother of God, his practical reaching out to the poor and oppressed, and his absolute trust in Gods providence.
The Daughters of Charity are a world wide community of women who seek and serve God in persons who are poor and marginalized, in a spirit of humility, simplicity and charity. We are motivated by the love of Christ, strengthened by deep prayer, and supported by a life in common.
As Dominican women energized by the Charism of St Dominic, we the Dominican Sisters of Western Australia continue to strive for Truth as we Praise, Bless, Preach in our communities of holy Preaching.
We recommit ourselves to work wholeheartedly for Social justice throughout the World. Supporting our Dominican Sisters through Dominican Sisters International.
Continuing our support, including financial assistance, of the Dominican Congregations in our Asia Pacific region.
We are women of hope, called by God to listen with the ear of the heart. Compassion and justice are at the heart of our mission to be neighbour. Therefore, we commit ourselves:
To live in deeper communion with God and with each other.
To embrace hospitality welcoming difference without judgement or prejudice.
To be re-shaped by our cross-cultural richness.
To cherish the whole creation.
The most important 'reason for being' of the Society is that it has in common with the mission of Jesus Christ and of the Church, that is, 'to revive faith and re-enkindle charity of the entire People of God and to spread the faith and charity in the world, so that soon there may be but one flock and one shepherd' (John 10,16).
We are the Union of the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, a Catholic religious Congregation founded by Nano Nagle and dedicated to the mission of Jesus.
As Presentation Sisters, we are called to follow Christ in the spirit of Nano Nagle, bringing the good news to the poor by promoting God's kingdom of truth and goodness, justice, love and peace.
The Sisters of St John of God is a congregation of religious women within the Roman Catholic Church. We were founded in 1871 when a group of women responded to an invitation by Thomas Furlong, the Bishop of Ferns in County Wexford, Ireland, to minister to the sick and destitute people of his diocese.
We Salvatorians are called to follow Jesus Christ, the Divine Saviour, by living as community within the universal Church for apostolic service.
With our Founder, Father Francis Mary of the Cross Jordan, we proclaim to all people the salvation which has appeared in Jesus Christ, so that by the lives we live and in our apostolic activities, all may come "to know You, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom You have sent" (John 17:3), and have life in all its fullness.
We, the Sisters of Nazareth, founded by Victoire Larmenier and inspired by the spirit of the Gospels, are committed to the mission entrusted to us by the Church.
Together with the people of God, we aim to present the love of Christ to all, especially the poor, through the ministry of care and education.
We value and respect the dignity of each human being, based on the words of Christ. "You did it to me." Matt. 25:40
We are women who have responded wholeheartedly to God's call to participate in the Josephite aspect of God's mission. Our vowed religious life takes us more deeply into the life, death and resurrection of Jesus with each day being another step in growing in our radical giving of self.
For the Spiritans, the journey into the future is not a guided tour, but rather an around-the-world adventure. On this adventure, the Holy Spirit is in charge, and the needs of the people on the side of the road will determine the stops made.