Our founding father, Monsignor Frederick Kaiser, said that “to teach, we must know a great deal.” For the mission we have. it is necessary to prepare well and in the best way possible. That’s why our basic training lasts from 6 to 7 years.


In this stage, the young aspirant to religious life slowly gets to know our Congregation. It lasts 1 year.


In this stage, the knowledge between the Congregation and the postulant is even deeper. The postulant must make human and Christian virtues her own. It lasts 1 year.



the novice must come to a deep knowledge of Jesus, Word and Victim, through meditation and the practice of the essential virtues of humility and charity. The novice prepares herself for her Consecration to Christ. Lasts 2 years.


Through her consecration to Christ through the vows of chastity, poverty and obedience, the Juniora must come to combine her life as a religious with her missionary life. It lasts six years. After that, the religious makes her Perpetual Vows, that is, forever.