This congregation of women religious has for its special end, devotion to the missionary needs of our present time. This work is in a sense all encompassing, requiring labor in diverse fields. The small number of Sisters limits the work we are able to undertake at this time. However, as the Congregation grows, the scope of our apostolate will be able to spread.
The principal work of the Sisters begins with the youth to whom the preservation of the Church must be entrusted. For this work the Sisters are prepared academically so as to be qualified to teach in both the elementary and higher levels of education. Thus the Sisters have taken St. Thomas Aquinas as their patron, the Angelic Doctor and patron of education.
It has become all too apparent that the public institutions of education are no longer an option for any Catholic in any circumstance. It is not an option owing to the risk of serious danger to faith and morals. There is no proportion between the good of education and the serious dangers to which one is exposed in such schools. Consequently the Catholic education of children is the most urgent need of our time.
Should more young ladies step forward to assist in our apostolate, other Sisters could be sent out into the field. Some could assist with the abundance of work in the parishes. Some could care for the aged and infirm giving special assistance to the dying. Others could be sent out to do missionary work in this or other countries; in areas which do not have the benefit of parish life or a Catholic school.
We are presently teaching at Queen of All Saints Academy in Brooksville, Florida.
The school first opened on October 1, 2003, in Brooksville, Florida. The academy ranges from grades K-12.
We hope that through the contributions and support of those who recognize the need for traditional Catholic schools, we may found more schools to help preserve the Faith in the souls of our children.