Saint Basil the Great (330-379) is the father of the monasticism, the sisters do live according to the principles of his liferules. They established a home for pilgrims and an orphanage in Máriapócs, and they also taught, made chasubles, worked for the youth and the society, organized religious retreats. Right now they maintain a care home for elder people, perform services of the church, and organize religious retreats likewise in Máriapócs. The Basilian Third-rate is the secular branch of the Order which is named by Saint Basil the Great. The main aim of the secular Order is to live in a religious community, mostly greek-catholic, which is maintained of the Saint Basil the Great Order. The members of the Third-rate daily pray on their own and in the community as well. They participate on the Holy Liturgies regularly, they confess monthy and receive the sacrament weekly. They endeavour to practise devoutly the helping love. All catholic baptismed person can be a member of this community, who aspires to the christian perfection by practising the virtues.