The Congregation was born on Christmas Eve 1800 when Pierre Coudrin and Henriette Aymer de Chevalerie pronounced their vows. It grew out of their experiences during the French Revolution and a shared vision of a community of men and women sharing the message of God's unconditional love.
To make the Kingdom of God present, we seek the transformation of the human heart and we endeavor to be agents of communion in the world. We work for a just and reconciled society. We are available to the needs and demands of the Church wherever we are sent. - Constitutions, Art 6
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The City of Peace ministry at St. Ann Church in Kaneohe
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“Present your bodies as a living Sacrifice” was the theme of this year's annual retreat...
Invitation to profession of five novices. Watch livestream on Dec. 12
Obituary for Fr. Chris Keahi
On October 16, 2021 Deacon Brother William S. Gural was ordained a priest at St. Joseph's in Fairhaven, Massachusetts