"Every member of the Congregation is called to be pure and poor and to contemplate, Witness, and proclaim the Word Incarnate for the Kingdom of God"
Life and service should be selfless in order to witness to the continuation of the sacrifice and offering of Christ. “Christian Charity should include every person regardless of religion, social status, and without expecting any gratitude or reward.”
The Congregations’ social services include: orphanages for children; homes for the elderly; rehabilitation centers for poor persons marginalized or ostracized by society because of physical or mental handicaps; housing for leprosy infected families and mentally challenged brethren; destitute homes for homeless and suffering humanity; palliative care for the terminally ill patients; jail ministry; special concern for widows; hostels and boarding for women and children.
Congregation of the Daughters of Mary (DM) is a missionary congregation of Pontifical Right according to canon law CEO can.505(2).