Claretian Vocation Day
On the feast of the Visitation of Mary, the Claretian Missionary Sisters celebrate the gift of the Claretian vocat...Family life
On the eve of Pentecost
On the eve of Pentecost, the Claretian missionaries of temporary vows celebrated the pre-chapter meeting in a spac...Mission
Closing of the Jubilee Year: 170 years since the arrival of Maria Antonia Paris in Cuba
On 26 May 1852, five young women arrived at the port of Santiago de Cuba, their souls full of enthusiasm to begin ...Hanan
«Hope for the earth. Hope for humanity»
With this motto and through numerous global events, the Church is uniting to respond once again "to the cry of the...Mission
Walking towards the XVIII General Chapter
Preparatory work for the XVIII General Chapter continues. From 12 to 14 May, the General Council of Economy on-...Mission
The specific visit of the Apostolic Mission to the Province of Our Lady of Guadalupe comes to an end
From April 28 to May 8, From April 28 to May 8, the two communities of Florida, West Palm Beach and Miami, were vi...
S. Antonio María Claret
Apostolic missionary, preacher, Bishop, founder of religious families. A man of fire, who burns wherever he passes. The charity of Christ urges him to undertake the most arduous works for the salvation of men.
María Antonia París
Apostolic and contemplative woman, foundress with St. Anthony M. Claret of the Religious of Mary Immaculate Claretian Missionary Sisters. She followed in the footsteps of Christ living “the evangelical counsels and working to teach every creature the Gospel, in poverty, for the renewal of the Church”.