Our Foundations


  • Texas,  San Antonio
    • Cordi- Marian Villa:  Mother House, Carmen Serrano Elderly Sisters, Retreat Centers, Elderly Village, and Resurrection Cemetery.
    • Formation and Ministry House:  2910 Morales Street.
  • Missouri,
    • Monett,  St. Lawrence Parish
    • Verona,  Sacred Heart Parish


  • Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas St. Gerardo parish
  • Nuevo Leon,  Monterrey 1959
    • Sor juana Inez de la Cruz 1969 Pre-K to High School
  • Leon, Guanajuato 1926 and 1938 (the sisters returned to Mexico from USA)
    • Formation House
    • Retired Sisters’ Residence and Retreat Center
    • School from Pre-K to High School
  • Guadalajara, Jal. Santa Cruz de las Flores
    • 1968 Catechetical and Home Visitations
  • Cuernava,  Morelos 1943, Media bookstore
  • Cuatla, Mexico 2013
    • Co-workingwith other religious and lay-persons with children of the streets and addictions
  • Taxco, Guerrero 1949    Education PreK to Junior College
  • Mexico City
    • Founding home in March 19, 1921
    • The sisters returned from the USA and start Benjamin Franklin School, Pre-K to High School
    • In the late 1970’s They opened the Generalate House in Patriotismo Street. Today it’s used for recruitment and meetings.
  • Apaxco Mexico, 1948
    • Cement workers
    • Catechetical and Educational PreK to high school
  • Toluca, Mexico General Government House 1992

Central America

  • Santa Maria Zacatepec, Guatemala, 2002 Parish
  • La Ceiba, Honduras 1992
    • Natural Medicine
    • Radio and Parish work

Watch our Spanish language video “Tour Cordimariano Misiones MCM” to learn more about our history.