- Eucharistic Apostolate
We are manifestation of the Church that praise adores the Lord and Master like the Disciples of the resurrection.
We dedicate ourselves to continual praise and take on the Ministry of Intercession for the proclamation of the Gospel through the communication network and for the needs of all. We become the voice of humanity before the Lord present in the Eucharist: bringing life’s realities to prayer and interceding that humanity may welcome, listen to, and love Jesus Master and Savior.
Pddm sisters intercede constantly for the needs of the world, for the blessings of God’s kingdom of Peace, justice, and harmony.
Visit our various chapels for a deep experience of contemplative prayer
- Priesthood Apostolate
The Priest has a very sublime mission, so also the Sister Disciples. As the Blessed Virgin Mary shared the life and mission of her Son, so too the Sister Disciples collaborate effectively with the ministerial priesthood. They offer prayers and sacrifices for vocations to priesthood and the success of their ministry. They render service to the sick, old and needy priests. They are called to participate actively in the pastoral ministry of the priests, in the proclamation of the Gospel for the transformation of society.“You are like Mary, intermediaries between God and humanity to adore, to thank, to make reparation and beg of God that, all priests experience the blessings of God” says Blessed James Alberione. PDDM sisters specially intercede for the priests and their intentions.
- Liturgical Apostolate
Liturgical Centers are destined to make known the Mystery of Christ celebrated and lived in the Liturgy. We carry out this ministry through various art forms linked to the liturgy such as: church architecture, interior designing of church sanctuaries, painting, sculpture, music and all things that uplift and keep alive the piety of the people of God. We also design, make liturgical vestments and church furnishings.
- Vestments / Chasubles
- Sacred Vessals
- Tabernacles: Tabernacle is the portable dwelling place for the divine presence in the Churches. They indicate the presence of God among people.
- Albs & Surplices: Alb is the oldest liturgical vestment, and was adopted very early by Christians, and especially by the clergy for the Eucharistic liturgy. Nowadays, the alb is the common vestment for all the ministers at Mass, and is worn over the cassock.