They have provinces and regions in New Zealand, Australia, Tonga, the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Zimbabwe, Italy, Southern Africa and South Korea. Prayer and care for the sick and dying is at the heart of each of the ministries.
Below are some examples of the Sisters’ ministries across the world.
Work being undertaken by the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary in Southern Africa includes:
Many Timor-Leste people face health challenges including poverty, child malnutrition, tuberculosis (TB), malaria and a general shortage of medical and nursing personnel.
The Sisters of the Little Company of Mary have provided support to the people of Timor-Leste through funding, education and palliative care.
There are four sisters working in the Tonga region. Their ministries involve Hospital Chaplaincy, Prison Chaplaincy, counselling, working with disabled adults, and pastoral care in schools.