In a spirit of joy-filled simplicity we endeavor by word and example to promote a community atmosphere conducive to growth in the spiritual life. This joy-filled simplicity flows from the very source and center of religious life, the Eucharist – the Sacrament of Love, the sign of unity, and the bond of charity.
As a family gathered together in the Lord’s name, we consider our first and most important mission – the mission of love. ~Holy Rule
“There is here a convergence of “yesses” to God which unites a number of religious into one single community of life. Consecrated together – united in the same “yes,” united in the Holy Spirit – religious discover every day that their following of Christ, ‘obedient, poor and chaste,’ is lived in fraternity, as was the case with the diciples who followed Jesus in his ministry. They are united with Christ, and therefore called to be united among themselves.” (Fraternal Life in Community, Pope John Paul II)