Missionary Carmel inherits from its founder the disposition and the spirit missionary to go "where the glory of God calls me".
Francisco Palau perceives very clearly what their daughters have to do:
Where there is
- a wound that heals
- a pity to relieve
- a joy to celebrate
- a hope that resuscitate
- a person to dignify
- an injustice to overcome
- a certainty to confirm
- a faith and a love to share ...
there we try to plant our tent as missionary Carmelites. "Look at him in this body that is his Church, wounded, crucified. indigent, persecuted, despised and mocked. And under this consideration, offer to take care of and provide those services that are in your hand".
Always looking for new horizons, we are simple women, but brave, open to universality, always friends to open borders and paths of dialogue and collaboration. Committed to history, we we feel sent to be close to the people, at the service of a wounded world and needy; sensitive and in solidarity with the poor and excluded, involved in promotion projects in favor of women, displaced people, immigrants; with new forms of presence that respond to the challenges of mission today like the forgotten indigenous populations. "... I send you and in the middle of shock I'll tell you what you have to do".
Thus, the proclamation of the Gospel is realized in multiple ways as was the desire of our founder: the dedication to mission that is most necessary in each place and at each moment. Today are several nations that count and welcome our fraternal and prayerful presence missionary in the five continents. "My mission is reduced to announcing to peoples that you, Church, are infinitely beautiful and kind".
In this way the congregation carries out its apostolic activity in Christian education, the action in the field of health, the mission "ad gentes", the social pastoral, the pastoral youth, the pastoral care of spirituality and other forms of evangelization. "Love of God, love of neighbor: this is the object of my mission".
And we go on broadening the store, being reborn and growing in a mission shared with the lay people