Canossa Convent, Alleppey


Canossian Daughters of Charity

The flame of charity of which St. Magdalene of Canossa was ardent about embraced the southern states of India as the Province of Mary Immaculate was formed in the year 1988. In the year 2015, an offshoot of the Province took its form as a separate Delegation South – East India Delegation of St. Josephine Bakhita.

In the Province 213 sisters serve in the states of South Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu

Canossian Sisters-South India
House: Kerala

Canossa Convent, Alleppey

On 5th June 1983, a chubby little babe was born in a new school building. The babe’s parents were St. Joseph’s Convent, Alleppey and Mary Immaculate Canossian Province, Bangalore. God had a mighty plan for this little babe, and that the baby will grow up to be a fine young lady, thousands of children will benefit by the training for life and living she would give them and register all round development under the maternal care. St. Joseph’s LPS was the first school in the town of Alleppey to begin English Medium classes.

Apart from the school activities the sisters fulfil their mission to the people of God by getting involved in all the pastoral activities such as Sunday School, BCC, Franciscan Family Apostolate, Jail Ministry, Women Empowerment and the like which would help the people of the locality to live lives useful to themselves and to the society around.