Where We Are

There are more than 160 of us all over the world at the moment. The majority of us live in Poland, in Warsaw, Lublin, Białystok, Wrocław, Poznań, Olsztyn, Gorzów Wielkopolski, Suwałki, Częstochowa, Radom, Łódź and in other cities.

We are also present in France, USA, Mexico, United Kingdom, Portugal, Belgium, Germany, the Philippines, Belarus, Ukraine, Latvia and Uganda.
We live on our own or with our families. Some also live in communities of three persons which are called Little Nazareths.

 

Its universal presence and the evangelical nature of its witness are clear evidence — if any were needed — that the consecrated life is not something isolated and marginal, but a reality which affects the whole Church. The Bishops at the Synod frequently reaffirmed this: “de re nostra agitur“, “this is something which concerns us all”. In effect, the consecrated life is at the very heart of the Church as a decisive element for her mission, since it “manifests the inner nature of the Christian calling” and the striving of the whole Church as Bride towards union with her one Spouse.At the Synod it was stated on several occasions that the consecrated life has not only proved a help and support for the Church in the past, but is also a precious and necessary gift for the present and future of the People of God, since it is an intimate part of her life, her holiness and her mission. (Vita Consecrata, 3)

 

Mother of Great Abandonment, Humble Servant of The Lord, I give myself to you without reservation

– so that I can keep you in my heart and spread your love wherever I go.