Ireland 
 
Kilfinane, Kilmallock & Dublin 
 

 
 
Kilfinane, Co Limerick: 
On October 15, 1903, the Sisters came to Ireland, to Kilfinane, Co. Limerick. Education has been and still is the main apostolate but parish work and various voluntary ministries continue to play an important part in the life of the Sisters. 
 
Kilmallock, Co. Limerick: 
Since the opening of the school in 1927 the ministry of education has remained strong. 
In 2004 the girls and boys Primary schools amalgamated and in 2017 the long-awaited new Primary school with first-class accommodation and facilities opened. Parish visitation, pastoral care and involvement in the alcohol and drug recovery unit based in Cuan Mhuire, Bruree continues today. 
Dublin 
We have three communities in South Dublin: Greenhills, Templeogue and Rathfarnham. The Sisters work alongside many lay colleagues, women and men and are involved in a variety of work. In recent years ministries have diversified and today ministries include education (St. Paul’s Secondary School, Greenhills) Diocesan Adviser for Primary Schools, Vocations Ministry, Alzheimer's Support. Hospitality, visiting and supporting families are seen as being very relevant today.