In our ministry of intercession, we are required to be a community that is pleasing to God, with the aim of being able to stand between Him and humanity, thereby, obtaining from him the necessary graces for the peace and salvation of the world. Our communitarian life is founded on an intense communion that is born and renewed continuously in the Eucharist, celebrated and adored, making each of our houses-other than a living tabernacle-also a continuous primitive cenacle of Jerusalem which awaits a renewed Pentecost under the guidance of Mary (RL 51). The contemplative spirit, guarded by a climate of silence, the celebration of the Holy Sacrifice, the liturgy of the Hours, the communitarian prayer extended in the personal adoration before the blessed sacrament and the meditation of holy scriptures, becomes a deep education in the knowledge of the living Christ and of Mary, alongside a journey of personal intimacy and union with God and love for the Holy Church. (RL 219).
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We consider manual and intellectual work as an obligation with the aim of collaborating in the development of creation and the co-operation with the gifts of divine providence that is placed at our disposal in order to sustain us. We are not involved in any paid activity but in a family spirit of poverty, we undertake different household chores freely, dedicating ourselves also in the cultivation field, animals, art-work, etc… We hold conferences, spiritual week-ends and formations. For the guests residing in our Oases of peace, we offer spiritual guidance and accompaniment. We also have a four-term-period review a year, alongside, pastoral materials, books, DVDs, etc…
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“The communion between brothers and sisters in fraternal life, is founded upon faith and prayer which is exercised in a reciprocal submission to one another in the fear of Christ, according to the truth in charity. (RL 51). Each brother and sister is called to put on the same sentiments of Christ and of Mary by living an ardent charity in the highest quality, permitting each one to grow in a family spirit, and a deep fraternal communion.
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