Congregation of The Sisters of St.Anne, Bangalore

Congregation of the Sisters of St.Anne, Bangalore, was founded by Msgr.Louis Stephen Charbonnaux of the Paris Foreign Mission. He was the First Vicar Apostolic of the Mysore Mission. In the year 1857, Msgr.Charbannaux put one of his long cherished plans: Education for boys and girls, care of the sick, aged, and abandoned of the society, into execution by opening an Indian religious congregation under the patronage of St.Anne with the motto of “LOVE AND SERVICE”. Thus the Congregation of the Sisters of St.Anne, Bangalore came into existence. Now it continues to spread the spirit of the Founder through life and apostolate, in India, and other countries like USA, Germany and Africa


Care of the sick & Aged
Pastoral care
Care of the orphan and vulnerable
Social Work
Care of the Physically & Mentally Challenged

Head Quarters is:

St.Anne’s Generalate
2 Miller Road, Vasanthanagar,
Bangalore 560052, Karnataka,India
Tel: 080-22251333

The entire health centre’s are in the rural area concentrating on the health of the poor and marginalized. We encourage mother and child welfare in our centers through love and service