By the sacrament of baptism we are already constituted temples of the Holy Spirit; with the religious consecration we are called to commit ourselves to the constant journey of discipleship, until we become configured with Jesus Christ, our Divine Master, in the example of St. Paul: “I live now, not I, but Christ lives in me” (cf. Gal. 2,20) and under the protection of Mary, Queen of Apostles.
Called and gathered together by the love of God, we nourish our union with Christ at the table of the Word and the Eucharist. We draw light, joy, example and grace from our intimate union with him. This gives us the strength to communicate God's presence and compassion to others through our Eucharistic, Priestly and Liturgical ministry.