The Company of the Savior is a female Religious Institute of pontifical right, founded in 1952 by Venerable Servant of God Mother María Félix Torres.
It follows the spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola and its motto is: “For the Greater Glory of God.” A central characteristic of its spiritual life is love for and apostolic service to the Holy Church. Therefore, the Sisters of the Company of the Savior take an explicit vow of obedience to the Pope.
The specific and characteristic activity of the charisma of the Company of the Savior is to teach and instill Catholic doctrine and Christian social principles in children and teens, as well as college students, anywhere in the world.
Presently, we have ten communities spread across five countries on different continents (Europe, North America, South America, and Africa)
All our Schools are called “Mater Salvatoris” , due to the extraordinary love which the Institute professes to the Blessed Virgin Mary, Queen and Mother of the Company of the Savior.