As Sisters of the Presentation of Mary, our primary mission is education of the faith. Throughout our history, we have worked with constant zeal to make Jesus know and loved in varied ways, with a special predilection for the youth and the poor. Here are examples of ways that we are striving to reach out through our words, our actions, and our presence.
"Two Presentation Sisters minister to 3,000 Cree First Nation people in Big River First Nation Reserve in Northern Saskatchewan." Read article featured in Catholic Missions in Canada Magazine. By Anne Hanley. (Used with permission)Read more
Marie Rivier’s charism was the “Christian education of youth”. In fidelity to this gift, the Sisters of the Presentation have served in schools contributing to: the intellectual, human and spiritual growth of the students entrusted to them.
Starting in 1952 the Sisters have operated a private school…Read more
Sister Aline Couture is a warm, compassionate presence among her "boys" at the local penitentiary in Prince-Albert, SK. She prays the rosary with them, teaches them how to follow the mass, and helps them to get involved in the liturgy. When asked about her ministry among the inmates she says: "I…Read more
Since Vatican II, and the document on the place of the laity in the Church, a growing number of lay persons have been given the mission of pastoral assistants, especially in parishes where there were no priests. To answer to the needs of our world, many sisters dedicate their talents and lives to…Read more