The desire to make reign the love of Christ vibrated in the heart of the Servant of God Maria Amada del Niño Jesús, founder of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Our Lady of Guadalupe, who dreamed of a legion of apostles to roam the world as a lighted torch, hawking the merciful love of the Father, making present His Reign of justice, love and peace.
Thus, at the end of the second millennium and thresholds of the third, in Tuxtla Gutierrez Chiapas in the year of 1991, a group of high school female students of school called today " Fray Victor Maria Flores " moved by the missionary spirit, and invited by the religious sisters with the desire to realize the dream of the Servant of God [Maria Amada], to bring the Gospel to our indigenous brothers. They were prepared and accompanied to participate in Holy Week missions in the communities of Tenejapa, Occhuc, and Uistán were our Missionary Brothers of the Sacred Heart work.
The love for the mission with indigenous brothers grew in these girls and they undertook the task of integrating to the group some boys that like them felt the desire to be sent by Jesus to extend the Kingdom of God.
During the Ninth MSCGpe General Chapter in the City of Mexico in 1993, Sister Juana I. Loredo Gonzalez who accompanied them and encouraged the aspirations of young people in their early assembly, filed the petition that this young people wanted to be part of the MSCGpe family as committed lay christians in order to share and radiate spirituality and charisma.
The petition was heard by the Chapter Assembly, thus officially been accepted by Congregation.