We believe that prayer and care of the sick and dying is a perennial human need. Indeed, to help someone to die well is the greatest and most important thing one can do.This does not mean that we need to be constantly at the bedside of the dying. But daily prayer of those who have reached this stage, is central to our charism. While aware that all of us will one day be called home, we celebrate in the meantime, the life which is given to us here, and to all of God's creatures. Christ came that we may have life in abundance and rejoice in finding God through prayer, contemplation, scripture, sacraments, liturgy, nature, art and so on.Thus the sisters today are involved in many different ministries, all of them grounded in prayer, community and Marian spirituality. Life in the LCM brings happiness and fulfilment as well as challenges, adventure and encounters with other cultures. There is time also for fun, for holidays and for human development, to the capacity of each individual.The diversity of our backgrounds, cultures and talents enriches the whole congregation: Come and See!