Immediately she foresaw the Institute she was to found; not only contemplatives dedicated to adoration but a large community of adorers closely united with the Sisters. She understood that the life that wells from the host is the salvific power of Christ's Paschal Mystery at work in the Eucharist and that the Sisters were called to unite themselves with the sacrifice of our Saviour. 'Nazareth ' being the pattern of their daily life, in union with Jesus' offering during his hidden life.
Mother Mary-Therese died in 1863. Her charism is as up-to-date as ever, the Sisters' service of the Church remains the same: adoration in the name of and for the sake of the whole world, intercession in union with Christ's Eucharistic offering.
The members living in the world - brothers, sisters, priests, share in the same vocation and mission.
The Sisters welcome for private retreats people who wish to spend a few days in silence and solitude in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament.