in the work of salvation, the
Baptistine Sisters continue
to move in time with the Holy Spirit to respond in a contemporary
context to the challenges and needs that inspired their Founder, and to
remain open and alert in
reading the “signs of the times.”
Baptistine Sisters involve
themselves in apostolic works which are in line with their charism and
directly address the particular needs of the local people.
They serve as religious educators and workers, school
administrators and teachers, guidance counselors, pastoral and social
workers, health practitioners and caregivers, spiritual directors and
retreat facilitators. These
services are carried out through their schools, children’s homes and
day care centers, rehabilitation centers for children and youth,
manpower training center for youth and women, hospitals, nursing
homes, and retreat houses; also,
through the ministries of the local dioceses and parishes.
the beginning of this third
millennium, the Baptistine Sisters are practically spread
throughout the world serving fifteen countries,
namely, Italy, United States of America, Brazil, Chile,
Zambia, Canada, India, the Philippines, Poland, Korea, Argentina,
Mexico, South Africa, Madagascar and Moldova.