It was approved by Pope Pius IX on September 15, 1860 as a Religious Institute of Pontifical Rights.
The first Adorers are part of this story, a story that has been built before us and it has been transmitted generation after generation. The Spirit of the Lord, who inspired and supported Micaela to give birth to the Congregation, enables us to continue sailing against all odds even today.
Over the past 158 years, we have walked along with the Lord, building a salvation history, a difficult task that is often hard-hitting and demanding but the rhythm of adoration-liberation still continues.
Today the Congregation works for rehabilitating the social victims of prostitution, abuse of drug, for those imprisoned on account of trafficking of drugs or trafficked for sexual trade, in 23 countries spread across 4 Continents.
- 1809: January 1
Micaela Desmaisieres y Lopez de Dicastillo is born, at La Libertad Street in Madrid
- 1809: January 4
She is baptised in the parish church of St Joseph. She is given the names of Maria Soledad, Micaela, Aquilina, Antonia and Bibiana