The Sisters of the Most Holy Soul of Christ the Lord are a contemplative-active Community of religious women whose spirituality is based on the theology of the Mystical Body of Christ and of His life in us. The words of Lord Jesus pronounced during the Last Supper:” I am the vine, you are the branches. Whoever remains in Me and I in him will bear much fruit, because without Me you can do nothing.” (Jn 15:5) are for them treasure from which the Sisters can draw each day new spiritual values and insights for building a full religious life.

Furthermore, the Sisters also concentrate on the truth of Christ living within the soul, which Sacred Scripture expresses in these words:” I live no longer I, but Christ lives in me” (Gal. 2:20). For this reason the Sisters of the Most Holy Soul of Christ the Lord constantly deepen their concern for the life of Jesus in their souls and in the souls of others.

The main goal of the Congregation is the grateful praise and adoration of God and to strive after perfect love through the path of the evangelical counsels and the faithful observance of its Constitutions.

Three goals of its members are

  • The worship of the Most Holy Soul of Christ, the spread of its devotion, and the manifestation of the value of every human soul;
  • A life formed by an awareness of Jesus in the soul. Communicating their truth to others and inspiring them to enhance the Divine Love within them so that they may be ever more living, active and fruitful members of the Mystical Body of Christ;
  • The nurturing of devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary as the Mother of the Mystical Body (Mother of the Church).
Sofia Tajber

Foundress Mother Paula Sofia Tajber The Foundress of the Sisters of the Most Holy Soul of Christ the Lord sepia tone collage of Mother Paula from childhood to adulthood Sofia Tajber was born on June 23, 1890 in Biala Podlaska, Poland and is the fifteenth child in her family. She was raised in a Catholic, religious family. Her father owned a factory in which three-hundred poverty workers were employed. The sociable atmosphere at home, where the parents enthusiastically discussed the betterment of conditions for their employees, began to shape the heart and mind of the child. Her involvement with them at an early age led her to become sensitive to human misery and to the plight of the poor. learn more...

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