Periyamulla is our Generalate. The main purpose of this community is to support the Generalate to achieve its vision & mission as a Congregation.
The sisters run a pre-school, are engaged in Parish work and teach in neighbourhood schools. There is a home for elderly and retired sisters.
The Novitiate is also on the premises.
The sisters are engaged in the education of the hearing impaired . The School will be completing its 80th year in 2015. The sisters are also involved in the pastoral activities of the parish such as Daham Pasal, YCS, non formal education for the poor , distribution of communion to the sick etc……
The sisters here are engaged in the Creche, Pre school , Home for elderly ladies & Pastoral work. Here Pastoral work extends to Sinhala, Tamil & English speaking people in the parish. Sisters are involved in different activities in the parish.
The sisters of this community are engaged in pastoral work such as Catechesis, YCS, House visiting, counselling, organizing & preparing liturgical services , working with women’s group & youth.
This is an ‘open house’ where people from all walks of life are welcomed in their times of joy & sorrow, offered prayer- support & other possible help. Parish work such as Catechesis, instructions for Baptism, YCS & teaching the less fortunate children is being done.
In Neluwaththuduwa, Waga Parish newly demarcated as the “ Missionary Region” of the Archdiocese, we have started a “ branch community” of Rajagiriya. Sisters run a Pre school & attend to other pastoral work.
The hearing impaired past students of Ragama are employed in this sewing center to embroider church linen, sew cassocks for priests etc..
Here we have our Formation house for Candidacy and Pre- Novitiate where new comers to the Religious life are assisted in their education & formation. Sisters also run a pre-school and do pastoral work.
In the Chilaw diocese
Here We have a Home for girls of single parents , orphans & other needy ones. Their education and character formation is seen to.
Our community is a community of “insertion” among a Buddhist population. We run a Pre school. Sisters are engaged in the pastoral work, house visiting, organizing & preparing liturgical services.
At St Joseph’s Farmland Deaf past pupils are engaged in a two year programme of animal husbandry and agriculture. The girls are given opportunities for Home science, dress making & embroidery.
Here we have a school for the hearing impaired children - establishing another school for the hearing impaired with the intention of integrating the children to the main stream of education. Apart from the school sisters are involved in the pastoral work in the diocese.
We are privileged to start our first foreign mission in Cyprus where more than 18000 Sri Lankns are working & most of them are women.
Our main focus is to give our service to women & girls who struggle with tremendous difficulties & suffering. People come to meet the sisters
daily to share their joys & sorrows Sisters also visit them in their houses of work to conduct prayer services.
Srs. Victorine and Chrishanthi take over the mission in Cyprus 2014 September
Srs Heln and Janet returns. We appreciate their commitment to the migrant workers.
In 2013 a new community was begun in Israel to cater to the spiritual needs of the Sri Lankan migrant workers.