As our Father Founder said, the missionary zeal and the fire of love can’t be switched off. The sisters were ready and willing to go to another Indian state - Odisha. On 7th September, 2003, the Superior Delegate, Rev. Sr. Paola Trinchitella, Sr. Maria Paola Consolaro and Sr. Gracy Alamkott went to Odisha to see the place. On 8th September, when they were there, on the feast of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary during the Eucharistic celebration they were influenced by the Word of God from St. Mark's Gospel 7,31- 37 "Healing of a deaf and dumb". At that very moment they were inspired to start a school for the deaf and the dumb children. But the community began only on 20th May, 2004. On 8th September 2006, the house was inaugurated. At present there are 25 hearing impaired children.
The sisters also give their service to the families and to the poor in collaboration with the Diocese of Berhampur and run a dispensary for the sick villagers.
The filial houses in Kerala and in the various missions
- Archana Convent (Provincial House) Aluva
- John Antony Farina Convent - Ezhupunna
- Sacred Heart Convent, Poovar
- Maria Bhavan, Kavaraparambu, Angamaly
- Sacred Hearts Convent, Moongode
- Sacred Hearts Convent, Kuchipudi - Andhra Pradesh
- Sacred Hearts Bhavan, Vijayawada – Andhra Pradesh
- Vimal Hrudai Convent, Chatrapur - Odisha
- Sacred Hearts Convent, Hunsur - Karnataka
- Anbu Illam, Vadakarai – Tamil Nadu
- Sacred Heart Convent and Hostel, Panpoli – Tamil Nadu
- Sheoganj, Rajasthan