Our Charism

SIMPLICITY: (sim plis’ e te) n. As a supernatural virtue it seeks only to do the will of God without regard to self-sacrifice or self advantage.

So whether you eat or drink, or what ever you do, do everything for the glory of God. 1 Corinthians 10:31

Imitating Christ

Our Apostolate in the Church is service to our neighbor for the love of Christ. We want to bring the good tidings of God’s goodness and to engage our whole personality. Every work in the service of God is truly great and apostolic. Our Lord Jesus Christ has embraced all men in his love and has offered himself for all. We will, therefore, so live our religious vocation as to convince all that through our consecration to God we do not become estranged from our fellow men, but that our union with them grows deeper in Christ’s love. We render services of Christian charity to all without exception and helping thereby to promote the welfare of the earthly human common wealth.

The basic norm or our religious life is the imitation of Christ according to the Gospel on which our rule and our constitutions are built. Therefore we must assiduously read and meditate the Holy Scripture in order to grow unceasingly in the knowledge of the word of God.

When in the spirit of the Gospel we lead our lives according to vows and when we serve our neighbor in humble life, we glorify God. Thus Church, fulfills its tasks in the spirit of its foundress and attain its end.