“Man is great not by what he has, but by who he is; not by what he has, but by what he has shared with others”
– John Paul II
Faithful to Bl. Edmund Bojanowski’s directive, Sisters work in order to maintain themselves, to be able to continue their apostolic and charitable works, and to meet their own daily needs.
Each sister in the Congregation of the Little Servant Sisters of the Immaculate Conception offers a gift of self with dedication and commitment. Inspired by their Founder, Blessed Edmund Bojanowski, sisters work particularly with children, the elderly, the poor, and the sick. Sisters are busy in many parts of the world, from the Balkans, to Russia, to Western Europe, to Africa, to North America, wherever there are people in need.
Sisters will work to feed and clothe them, educate them, treat their wounds and illnesses, care for their basic needs, instruct them in material and spiritual matters which will help them survive in body and soul.
You can be a part of our missionary works, and support it through prayer or by making a donation. Your generosity makes possible our religious lives and missions. We rely completely on God’s providence, through the financial support of our benefactors. Your contribution helps to provide for the needs of our Sisters, as well as for the sick, the elderly, the poor, the little ones, and to realize some of our evangelization efforts. Sisters, and those enriched by your generosity, are very grateful. They keep their Benefactors in their daily prayers.
“Thanks to the merciful God for this new gift of Providence!”.
– Bl. Edmund