The First House is the MOTHER HOUSE, where eighteen sisters live to serve in the T.B. Sanatorium ward, senior citizen’s house, and home for the destitutes, to work in the animal husbandry programme and agriculture programme and the kitchen.The sisters engaged in social and pastoral work reside in the Mother House. Their activities are explained in Ministerial Service.
The Second House is Arpana Convent, where three sisters live to take care of the candidates, and students doing their studies in the High School and Pre-University classes.
The Fourth House is Nirmala Convent, where four sisters live along with the Novices, who are trained to be future sisters as Helpers of Mount Rosary
The Fifth House is at Alangar, by name Christ-King Convent, where four sisters live, taking care of Mount Rosary Hospital, where we have not only the out-patient facility but also the laboratory facilities for investigations, X-Ray department, Medical Stores and there is also a small operation theatre for minor cases of surgery. The sisters doing Health Work is explained in Mount Rosary Health programmes
We have a house at Nellikar, by name St. Victor’s Convent, where four sisters are working in the Nellikar mission and also in the surrounding villages among the poorest people, of all communities, in the village uplift programme, encouraging the education programme of children and school drop-outs.
The convent of Immaculate Heart of Mary, at Nakre near Karkala, where four Sisters are engaged in pastoral work, social work and medical dispensary work.
In the year 2010 Christ the King Convent was opened at Manela, near Punacha village to do pastoral work, social and agriculture work as well conduct LKG and UKG classes.
Four of our sisters serve at Fr.Muller’s Hospital, Kankanady, Mangalore and they serve in the sick people’s wards, in the Rehabilitation center and in the dietary department.
We have a convent in Bangalore, by name St. John’s Convent, with five sisters working in different health services at St. John’s Medical College and Hospital.
At Dhornahalli, near Mysore, we are serving at a home for the senior citizens and the aged, together with the palottine Fathers. The house was opened in the year 2015, were two sisters are giving health as well as other needed services.
In the Archdiocese of Bangalore, we were called to take care of and serve the retired Archbishop’s house this year in 2015. Its name is Sunset Glow. Three sisters live in the house, one taking care of the house, and another working in nearby a hospital, and third one serving in an education institution in the Archdiocese.
In Linz, Austria, six sisters are serving in the pastoral activities of the Carmelites fathers of the Austrian Province, in the parish programmes, maintaining the retreat house as well as managing the religious stalls at the monastery.
Currently (2015) we are 71 sisters, who have done their commitment and 20 trainees and 15 students preparing to be future sisters.