Imbibing inspiration from the life of Jesus who travelled throughout doing good to all we help the poor, the orphans, the beggars, the oppressed, the exploited and the needy around us. We lead them to total liberation and self-sufficiency through preventive, curative, rehabilitative, and developmental programmes.
We run institutions for the mentally, physically and socially challenged - blind, deaf, street children, destitute and orphans, old and terminally ill etc. So as to help the poor around us to become economically independent, we run technical training institutions of cutting and tailoring, embroidery, computer etc. We try to raise the standard of education of the poor around us through adult education, literacy classes, remedial education, condensed classes and free tuition etc.
We run social welfare institutions to rehabilitate victims of social evil and undertake formal and informal programmes to eradicate the pain, misery, and poverty of the people around us and help them to experience the joy and peace of redemption. Our sisters serve in the rehabilitation centres for the HIV patients, participate in jail ministry, and provide spiritual animation and rehabilitation facilities to sex-workers and their children.
It is in the home where life is welcomed, protected and nurtured. We teach people about the importance and sacredness of family life and convince them of their responsibilities to build a good home based on mutual love and respect. Efforts are taken to restore the broken families by reconciling those in conflict. We work for the welfare of all the families regardless of caste and creed. Following the instructions of our Founder, we lay the foundation for good families by helping girls in their character formation and personality development.
The SABS sisters sacrifice their life and time to render services to the poor, the aged, mentally retarded, handicapped, the orphans, the beggars and the oppressed in various places. Every province has one or two institutions of this kind to uplift and alleviate the pains and struggles they are enduring. Jail ministry is another aspect of social service the sisters are involved in to help them out in their loneliness and bring about a ray of hope in their lives by focussing their attention to the abundant mercy of God. The sisters who are working in Nepal and Kenya take care of the Aids affected children and the people who have no one to look after.
The sisters who are in the mission areas organize various schemes for the upliftment of the poor, the women etc. They lead them to a state of self-sufficiency by organizing different welfare programs me for them and thus raising their moral, social and financial status. The sisters give leadership in Mahila Mandals, saving schemes and literacy programmes.