Eucharistic adoration

We share our prayer life with those who desire to come to Mass, or to silent prayer before the Blessed Sacrament, as well as to our prayer vigils which are accompanied by songs and texts leading to a silent heart to heart encounter with Christ.

If in our time Christians must be distinguished above all by the “art of prayer”, how can we not feel a renewed need to spend time in spiritual converse, in silent adoration, in heartfelt love before Christ present in the Most Holy Sacrament?

Saint John Paul II- Ecclesia de Eucharistia

Young People

In order to answer young people’s deep thirst for truth and for the meaning of their lives, we offer various activities of prayer and formation.

While I was still young, before I went on my travels, I sought wisdom openly in my prayer.  Before the temple I asked for her, and I will search for her to the last.

Sirach 51

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Children's adoration

In a regular basis, the Sisters offer times of adoration for children in front of the Blessed Sacrament to help awaken in them a taste for prayer and help them discover a personal bond with Jesus so that they can build their lives upon the Rock.

It is pleasant to spend time with him, to lie close to his breast like the Beloved Disciple (cf. Jn 13:25) and to feel the infinite love present in his heart.

Saint John Paul II- Ecclesia de Eucharistia


Our convents offer hospitality to those who are seeking God and who are thirsty for silence and prayer. It is possible to spend some days on retreat in our guesthouses.

In conversion and rest you shall be saved; in quietness and in trust shall be your strength.

Isaiah 30

Sharing the Word of God

Certain priories organize groups of Lectio Divina on a regular basis to deepen how we read the Word of God, which is a spiritual food for our faith. These lectio groups allow us to gain a truer knowledge of the Mystery of God and of how he governs us and the Church in light and in love.

Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.

Psalm 118



We like to be close to families, and our convents strive to be oases of peace, light and love for families where they can draw strength to live their Christian vocation in their day to day lives.

This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you.

John 15