Today the Mumbai Province consists of the Houses in Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala and in the islands of Philippines and the Province Kolkata in the States of Odisha, W. Bengal, New Delhi, Telengana and Nepal.
The Mumbai Province, with its headquarters in Mumbai in the Archdiocese of Bombay, has 13 Houses: 3 in Mumbai, 4 in Goa, 2 Karnataka 3 in Kerala and 1 in the Philippine Islands Also, several Indian Sisters are rendering their services in other countries.
- To empower and protect the victims of prostitution, sex trafficking and other situations that enslave women.
- To educate, uplift and betterment of the conditions of women in general and rehabilitation of distressed women and girls irrespective of caste, creed and religion in diverse possible ways.
- To promote literacy combating illiteracy, imparting training in appropriate manner to women and girls through preparation, production and distribution of instructional materials.
- To establish, run and administer or cause to be established and administered primary secondary and higher secondary schools, hostels for girl students, and above all, rehabilitation centres for unwed mothers, deserted women, orphaned, and children at risk.
- To undertake and carry out community service in various forms like vocational training and production centres, family and social welfare centres for vagrant girls.
Eucharist is the root and sap that vivifies our communities. We are called to be centered on the Eucharist: “The Lord made me understand that the world is a tabernacle for me” (St Maria Micaela). Hence, we – Sisters Adorers – strive to celebrate Christ, contemplate and adore Him at every moment. In our adorations to the Eucharistic Lord we bring the joys, hopes, aspirations and sufferings of all our beneficiaries, far and near, and entrust them to Him.
Praying together, spending time in each other’s company, sharing meals as well as moments of relaxation and recreation are important aspects in our community living.