Institute of Expiatory Victims of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament also carries
out its mission abroad, dedicated to needy populations. The missions are moved
by the profound principle "animated by the desire to make known who gave
meaning and hope to our life, we turn with respect and friendship to all the
seekers of God".
This spiritual pivot allowed the foundational charism to cross the ocean and
reach the Asian continent, reaching as far as the Philippines and Indonesia.
In Manila there is a large complex that welcomes children suffering from all
kinds of social problems. There’s an active project in the village of Cavite, with
where there is a large school that welcomes pupils (kindergarten, primary and
In the village Las Piñas welcomes lonely elderly people, and it focuses on
training dedicated to young women who want to follow the charism of St. Maria
In Indonesia (Ruteng), the missionary life is marked by the educational service
in the kindergarten, welcoming children that are not so fortunate, nursed after
with hot meals and all kind of supplies. On the spot there is also a training
complex for young people and the care of the Church, where the hours are marked
by the rhythms of the adoration of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament.
The charism has also arrived in Latin America in the state of Colombia in
Bogotá DC, where the sisters collaborate in the parish and work in the
education and training of children in kindergarten; besides a chapel for adoration has been built and dedicated to the dissemination of adoration as a
privileged stop at the feet of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament.
The apostolate reaches families and is committed to responding actively to their needs,
supplementing with the organization of the kindergarten school which is chosen as the preferential field for the mission in favour of the weakest groups. In 2016 the charism has also arrived in African continent, in Burkina Faso, in the Tenkodogo 's Diocese where the sisters work in the diocese and in the local kindergarten, welcoming children of every condition of culture and where a chapel for adoration has been built, quickly becoming a heavily frequented place. Very important is also the commitment to the processing of the hosts, to the welcoming of the most unfortunate children, to the promotion of vocations and to the felt project of adoption of children at a distance.