The Fraternas, called by Him,

work as sisters to make Him present in the world

Jesus became what we are in order to elevate us to what He is

Saint Irenaeus

Sent to different cultures

to proclaim the Good News

The Fraterna Vocation

Consecrated women

We consecrate our lives to God in response to the divine call. Following Jesus more closely and assuming the evangelical counsels are for us a path of love for One who loved us first.

Evangelizing in the midst of the world

In a spirit of generosity and availability, we want to put our whole lives at the service of evangelization. We are sent to different cultures and places to proclaim the Good News, and to live and promote authentic community.

Living in community

Like the first disciples, we walk together in faith, hope and love, living as sisters under the protection of our Mother Mary and in a spirit of family, thus discovering the gift of joy that the Lord has given us.

Serving the Universal Church

Ney book by Leonor Loyola, fraterna

Leonor Loyola, a fraterna has been a classroom teacher and director of the Education Office of the Archbishopric of Lima for many years. During her experience providing training to teachers, she felt the need to support them so that they can better perform their...

God in the simplicity of life and through music

Camila Vilas is a Fraterna, Catholic singer, and songwriter. From a young age, she showed an interest in music and learned to play the guitar at the age of 12. From 2015 to 2019, she was a member of the musical band Navis. Through her songs, which serve as a diary of...

Authentic woman in an ambiguous world

In this edition of "Formed Now", Viviana Martinez interviews our sister Ana Cristina Villa Betancourt, Former Director of the Office for Women in the Vatican, on the interesting current topic: "Authentic Women in an Ambiguous World". Ana Cristina shares her experience...

The Role of Lay Women in the Life of the Church

Luciane Urban, our General Superior, was invited by Formed in the United States to discuss the role of lay women in the life of the Church. Lu never thought that the paths of the Lord would lead her to leave her native country, Brazil, being called by God to...

“Palabra Viva”, a podcast by Mónica Ibañez

Mónica Ibañez, a Lima fraterna, tells us that "Living Word" arises as an impulse of the heart to share some meditations around the Gospel of the day that come from her personal prayer. This podcast began in 2020 as a video podcast format, but in 2021, she decided to...

Asombro y Presencia: a blog by Magali Rebaza

Can doubt and faith go hand in hand? How do we discover the lamp of our life? What is the nickname by which Jesus calls us?These are just some of the more than 170 writings that Magali Rebaza, a Fraterna and educator, hosts in the blog Asombro y Presencia. How did...

You have not chosen me,

but I have chosen you. I have appointed you to go and produce fruit that will last

Jn 15: 16

Our Name


It is a blessing to have the Mother of God present in our name. Who better than she to guide us in our path of consecration? By responding to the invitation that Jesus makes to us from the Cross, “Behold, your mother!” (Jn 19: 27) we receive our mother Mary into our lives and communities. We place our vocation in her hands, trusting in her intercession and maternal love, and we want to follow her loving example at the Annunciation and at the foot of the Cross.


Community life is an important part of the Fraterna vocation. It is where we learn to love as the Lord has loved us and where we share with joy and simplicity our daily lives and mission. We strive to be a support for each other, and we want our lives and apostolic actions, with their blessings as well as their difficulties, to bear witness to authentic community.

of Reconciliation

In union with the mystery of the Cross, we gratefully welcome the gift of reconciliation that Christ, in healing the wounds of humanity, has won for us. We want to bear witness to this gift and invite others to welcome it, and in this way to be instruments of the merciful love of God who makes all things new.

Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good;

His steadfast love endures forever.

(Ps 136: 1)

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