Missionaries of the Sacred Heart can be found living and working in; 

The Americas: Canada, United States, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Cuba, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay, and Brazil. 

Africa: Senegal, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Congo Brazzaville, Namibia, South Africa, and Mozambique. 

Asia: Japan, South Korea, India, Vietnam, Philippines, and Indonesia.

Europe: Belgium, Croatia, Germany, England, Spain, France, Ireland, Italy, Austria, Slovakia, Switzerland, and Portugal 

Oceania: Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Samoa, Wallis and Futuna, Australia and Papua New Guinea.    

M.S.C. identity is not defined by what we do, or what ministry we are appointed to, but by who we are as emissaries of the heart of Christ.  Why we willingly give ourselves to the mission of the Congregation, why we do what we do, and how we bring ourselves to others is what gives witness to our missionary identity.  

Jesus is the perfect model of our consecrated life; his love is our inspiration and driving force. Therefore, our life and apostolate will be marked by a sincere and fervent love of the Incarnate Word. This love will urge us constantly to share the sentiments of the Heart of Christ. [M.S.C. Constitutions #11]

This missionary identity allows for a variety of apostolic ministries.  We are engaged in a wide diversity of works, from traditional apostolates such as parishes, ecclesiastical organizations, educational facilities, and missio ad gentes, to social outreach: in the world of technology, media, and communications; in addiction and rehabilitation centers; justice, peace, and human rights projects; centers for the promotion of integral ecology and the culture of recycling; centers for the development of youth; the safeguarding of minors and adults at risk; spirituality and retreat centers; programs for holistic human and social development; spiritual accompaniment; attention to the neediest and excluded from society.  MSC also has a large ministry committed to the training (formation) of those entering religious life and in the ongoing professional development of the laity, clergy, and those in religious profession. There are also many other works not listed here.