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THE SISTER SERVANTS OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT (“SJS” initials in Spanish)
PROVINCE OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
501(c) (3) nonprofit, established in 1990
Increase the love of Jesus in the Eucharist and Mary, his mother, through the ecclesial ministry of Catholic education.
Founder: Servant of God: Silviano Carrillo Cardenas, 5th Bishop of Sinaloa, Mexico
Date Founded: November 24, 1904.
More than 150,000 students have been impacted through the Sisters’ devotion to providing a rigorous faith based education to children and youth throughout California. Their ministry is dedicated to readying their students to face the unique challenges of today’s world by preparing them academically, physically,
emotionally and spiritually. The California province is part of the worldwide congregation headquartered in Guadalajara, Mexico called Siervas de Jesus Sacramentado (SJS). The SJS international presence is also found in 71 Catholic schools in 15 states in México and in two schools in Guatemala, one in Chile and a large mission in Peru.
Province size: 47 sisters
- Bakersfield: Our Lady of Guadalupe School
- Bonita: Provincial Headquarters
- Calexico: Our Lady of Guadalupe Academy and Vincent Memorial Catholic High School
- Chula Vista: Mater Dei Catholic High School and Juan Diego Academy
- El Cajon: Saint Kieran School
- El Centro: Saint Mary’s Catholic School
- Paso Robles: Saint Rose Catholic School
- Sacramento: Saint Patrick Academy
- San Ysidro: Our Lady of Mount Carmel School
- Simi Valley: Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Convent
- Sun Valley: Our Lady of the Holy Rosary School
- Diocese of San Diego: Vocation Awareness and Promotion, and Holy Childhood Association and Office of Missions
- Tijuana, Mexico: Sisters Leadership Development Initiative, Funded by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Fund for the Sisters