1996 to the present
In 1987, an experimental project was launched amid the poor of Mexico. The leadership of the Congregation granted Sisters Imelda Roy permission to pursue this project. In 1989, a religious spoke to her about a group of women in Chalco aspiring to religious life. This was the origin of the formation of a Mexican community. On December 1, 1992, Sister Anne Marie Savoie, Provincial Superior, announced the official approval of this foundation of RHSJ in Mexico.
Be a presence of a loving God among the elderly and in the parish.
Five RHSJ constitute the community. At the Casa Hogar San Jose the Sisters care for poor, elderly and often abandoned persons. They reach out to young and adults alike through pastoral ministry. They continue to minister to the most poverty stricken population.