The fruitful missionary activities in India inspired us to venture into the whole world to make known the compassionate love of the Eucharistic Lord. We are fully immersed in the healing ministry and pastoral care of Germany and Italy for the past 30 years. Recently, we have started our apostolic mission in USA too. When the Congregation celebrated its centenary in 2008, the SABS Global mission was envisaged as a strong force in the Church by having Adoration centers and satellite communities in Australia, Brazil, East Africa, Philippines and Russia.
African mission was the long cherished desire of our superiors over the ages. Though the sisters had worked in Kenya and Zambia earlier, they left the places after serving there for some 6 years. In 1994, another attempt was made to open houses in Kenya and Tanzania. Sisters from different provinces were sent there to establish the houses. They took it as a challenge to work among the Africans by offering their services to them. A multitude of our sisters are working in 8 houses in Kenya and 10 houses in Tanzania. There are possibilities to extend our services to other countries and dioceses in Africa.
In the early years of the third millennium, we started thinking about global mission. In 2003 May, sisters from the Kothamangalam province started residing in the communist nation of Ukraine and extended their helping hands to the Catholic minority there. Ukraine is a nation resurging itself from the clutches of the brutal Russian rule. Sisters are engaged in pastoral work, parish ministry, house visiting, catechism classes and pious organizations. They help people in their death bed to prepare themselves to receive the sacraments and thus come to lead true Christian life. In the centenary year of 2008, the congregation could start its second house in the Ukrainian soil.