Both communities dedicated to St. Joan of Arc have small clutches of sisters at the present. One was founded in Massachusetts, but moved the Motherhouse to Quebec. The other had a French name, but settled in Ottawa.
The Sisters of St. Joan of Arc, who are based in Quebec, closed all of their convents due to age, and have just one in Canada. Their charism was to minister in rectories. Their motherhouse was sold to a developer who turned the building into condos.
The Sisters of the Institute of Joan of Arc, as of late 2016, sold their motherhouse for supplemental housing. They were originally founded for hosting safe housing for working women, and sponsoring women’s trade classes. As a side note, supplemental housing in that area of the world has a 7 year waiting list.
The Institute of Joan of Arc said they are no longer accepting applications. The Sisters of St. Joan of Arc may be in the same boat.