In the 17th century the sisters had been sought after to go to Thailand but that expedition was called off. The Sisters eventually went again in 1885 but this was cut short in 1907 not least because of a cholera epidemic. However, this was not the end of the story – merely a pause. In 1957 the Sisters returned.
Today the Sisters aim to build up young people for life whether through education or through other pastoral means. The Sisters have several communities in Bangkok, Chonburi, Khon Kaen, Chang Khong and Vieng Kaen.
To read, in Thai, about the life of the Infant Jesus Sisters in Thailand, click on this link: