From the Netherlands, the Congregation expanded its mission boundaries in 1906 to Indonesia and in 1929 to the Philippines.


In 1987, the Thailand Mission was established to promote dialogue of life with our Buddhist sisters and brothers. To respond to the needs of migrant workers, the mission in Japan was founded in 1989.

The African Mission was established in Kenya in 1994 as a shared response to global concerns.

In 2008 the Congregation started with the pastoral work in Kamloops, Canada and with the care for the native population group "First Nation People"


You can find us in the cities and towns, in the barrios and villages, in the slums and in the hinterlands.