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Spirituality and Mission

The spirituality and mission of the Congregation of the Sisters of St. John the Baptist stems from the original inspiration of  the Founder,  Bl. Alfonso Ma. Fusco,  to follow in the footsteps of Jesus the Nazarene,  dedicating himself totally to the evangelization of the people of Angri and caring for the needs of children. Especially the poor, abandoned, marginalized and at risk.

The spirituality of the Baptistine Sisters flows from the contemplation of Jesus the Nazarene,  as He carried out his mission in the streets of Palestine,  intent on fulfilling his Father’s project,  doing good to everyone,  bringing a human touch to people’s relationships and building the Kingdom of God.

There are two spiritual aspects of the life of the Baptistine Sisters,  which go right to the very root of their consecrated life and inspire all their actions:  “Being spouses of Jesus the Nazarene”  and “Trusting in Divine Providence.”

The mission of the Baptistine Sisters took its inspiration from the life of Jesus, the Nazarene,  but it is also linked to St. John the Baptist,  protector of the Institute.  He guides the Sisters  in their commitment to holiness and inspires them in their mission to   “Prepare the way of the Lord”  as they lead young people towards real Christian values and  promote their human dignity by facilitating their entry to civil society through  a trade or profession.


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