We are an international religious community of women committed to serve the most vulnerable people in our society. We are missionaries from different backgrounds who feel the call of Jesus to live His mission of love, service and the promotion of human dignity, especially with our migrant sisters and brothers.
“Consecrated for the mission with migrants and refugees”
The Scalabrinian Sisters put their life at the evangelical and missionary service of migrants and refugees of our time.
They operate this activity within the church and society in which they are present, with a particular focus on the poorest in situations of greatest vulnerability.
The Missionary Sisters of St. Charles Borromeo Scalabrinians Philanthropic Development Office envisions a journey of committed service as witnesses of hope in the joy of giving, becoming instruments of God’s blessings and mercy.
X General Assembly
The X General Assembly of the Congregation was held in Caxias do Sul/RS, Brazil, from January 16 to 29, 2023, with the participation of 43 Sisters, from various parts of the world where the Congregation is present: Brazil, Argentina, Ecuador, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Mexico, the United States, Canada, Moçambique, South Africa, Spain, Italy, the Philippines, Indonesia and India.
New Provincial Government of
Our Lady of Fatima Province
Sr. Luiza Dal Moro, Provincial Superior
Sr. Vitalina Pietrobiasi
Sr. Marizete Schiavon
Sr. Nyzelle Dondé
Sr. Alma Rosa Huerta Reyes
“I was a stranger and you welcomed me.”
“Seeds migrate on the wings of the wind. Plants migrate from continent to continent on the waves of the seas and rivers. Birds and other animals move from place to place. But even more do human beings migrate, sometimes in groups, sometimes alone, and, in so doing, are always the free instruments of Divine Providence, which presides over human destiny, leading all people, even though great calamities, to their final goal: the perfection of man on earth and the glory of God in heaven.”
“A great hope smiles on us.”
“The prayer of meditation opens the intellect…””
“An hour spent before the Blessed Sacrament can change our weak soul into seraphim of love and enrich us with the most excellent virtues.”
“Remain, Lord, in our hearts, in our will, in our intellect, in our memory…”
“Jesus must be the beginning and the end of our actions, the soul of our souls, the life of our lives.”