Outwardly, the members of the Institute are no different from the people among whom they live. They do not lead a communal life, they do not leave their environment or wear a habit like most members of religious congregations. Each member of our Institute lives in her own environment: the one from which she comes or which she later chooses. She works in her learned profession or employment. She shares joys and difficulties, achievements and failures with others. Our mission begins in our families, where we are to build the right relationships, bonds, bring unity, while maintaining the right independence. Our task is to transform the world from within, every day, in everyday life, living as each person does, adapting to the living conditions of those around us, working and participating in the life of different groups and among the people God puts in our path.