The Salvatorian Sisters (the Sisters of the Divine Saviour), an international religious congregation founded in Italy in 1888 by Blessed Mary of the Apostles and Blessed Francis of the Cross Jordan, had their Congregation Council from May 21st to June 10th at the Centre for Dialogue and Prayer in Oświęcim. The Superiors from 18 countries from all over the world (Europe, Asia, Africa, North and South America) participated in conferences, workshops, and discussions, sharing their experiences of working among the poorest and the most needy. The Sisters tried to work out ways to respond more effectively to the signs of the times in the future. Reflecting on the vision of the Founders to make known the one true God and the One whom He has sent, Jesus Christ (see Jn 17:3) everywhere and with every means dictated by God’s love, the Sisters exchanged insights and understandings of mission in different cultural and social contexts. An important experience for the Sisters, especially those are not from Europe, was a visit to the former concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. It was a good opportunity to reflect on evil, the meaning of suffering, the presence of God, importance of faith and our role in building a better world by learning from the events of history.