The source and culmination of our life.
The word of God is the source of our spiritual life and inspiration for our prayers. By frequent and reflective reading of the Holy Scripture we experience the surpassing worth of knowing Jesus Christ, for we speak to him when we pray, we hear him when we read the divine sayings. It sheds light on us to see God’s will and strengthens us to live our vocation fully and increases our fervour for our mission
Our sign of redemption. True victory is through joyful acceptance of the pinpricks of daily life, for we know that our way of living is “Christ’s way, the hard way”.
Implies the presence of the Holy Spirit inflaming us with burning zeal for our mission.
Our Father Founder known as, “The Smiling Bishop of Krishnagar”. He gave us the Little Way of Spiritual Childhood as the basis of our Way of Life. He also gave us our Apostolate of Smiling: an apostolate greatly needed in these troublous times
Our religious habit - the sari. It is the sign of our consecration and belonging to the institute.
The name of our Institute - Catechist Sisters of Mary Immaculate Help of Christians, commonly known as “Sisters of Mary Immaculate”.
Mary Immaculate - our Mother, model, titular patroness and protectress.
To love God and help others to love God.
We celebrated titular feast of our Congrgation on 7th December. On the same day five of our Sisters professed their Final Vows. On this occasion Most Rev. Bernard Moras, Archbishop Emeritus of Bangalore presided over the solemn Holy Eucharist and thirteen priests joined with him. Sr. Jane Nadackal, the general councillor accepted the vows of our sisters. Parents and relatives of our sisters, friends and Well- Wishers of our community joined in the celebration. We Congratulate five of our Sisters and wish them well in their new mission.
Tushar Diamond, Golden and Silver Jubilee of the Religious profession of 12 of our Sisters was solemnised here at our Provincial House, Bangalore on 1st May 2019. Rev. Fr. Antony Swamy, The Chancellor of our diocese and the parish priest of the Cathedral parish, along with other seven priests, offered the con- celebrated Holy Eucharist. Many of the family members & relatives of our sisters and our friends and Well-Wishers joined us in the celebration. We congratulate our sister Jubilarians for their long years of dedicated life in the service of the Lord and pray that may they enjoy God's blessings in abudance in the years to come.
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