Since arriving in Trinidad, we have been involved in primary and secondary school teaching. Now we have responsibility for two private primary schools in the capital, Port of Spain, and 2 Government-assisted secondary school, one in Couva, in central Trinidad and the other in Penal in south Trinidad. Both have a diverse ethnic and religious population
Our Credo Foundation for Justice operated four centres for young people at-risk. The Drop-In Centre caters for boys on the street and operates 24/7. Sophia House is a live-in centre for girls aged 10 – 17 on the streets or living in abusive situations and, Credo Aylward House offers a two-year Independent Living Skills Program for young men while RUAH is a similar facility for young women.. One sister is Director of the Centre and is assisted by professional lay staff, and volunteer associates, sisters and friends of Credo.
Most sisters are involved in faith development through parish programs, retreats, catechist formation and membership of archdiocesan committees. One sister is a part-time prison chaplain and minsters to prisoners on ‘death row’ and another sister is involved in HOPE, a micro-credit lending facility that offers small business loans .