As an international congregation, the Sisters of Christian Charity serve in many countries around the world in a variety of ministries. Click on the country to link to the website for that location.
Our Generalate, based in Rome, Italy, has Sister-representatives from each of our provinces, regions and units.
Following the example of our Foundress, Pauline von Mallinckrodt, the communities of Sisters of Christian Charity in Germany seek to live her charism by following Jesus' words: "This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you." [John 15:12]
As Sisters of Christian Charity, our call is to witness to and share in the mission of Jesus by letting His love so permeate and fill us that our love overflows to all by being Bread Broken and Wine Poured Out.
Our Sisters on the west coast of South America, where Blessed Pauline visited some of the earliest foundations, have a strong focus on the ministry of education. Many of the high school students go on yearly mission trips to the interior parts of Chile where they work with the poorest people in the country.
From their Eucharistic-centered life, the Sisters in this part of the world work with children and youth to make visible the love of God in the world.
Our mission in the Philippines, reflecting Blessed Pauline's first ministry, focuses on poor and abandoned blind girls at the Margaretha Home for the Blind.