Our spirituality can be described as Ecclesial, Eucharistic, and Marian.
As daughters of the Church founded by our Lord Jesus Christ, we endeavor to live our lives with Mary Ex Corde Ecclesiae--coming out of the heart of the Church. As in our physical bodies, the heart though unseen to others, circulates blood to the entire body giving it life and vitality, so charity is the unseen heart of the Church, it's vital source. St. Therese of Lisieux described her vocation thus, "I will be love in the heart of the Church!" "Ubi Petrus, ibi Ecclesia" -- Where Peter is, there is the Church (St. Ambrose). We manifest our allegiance to the Successor of St. Peter, Christ's Vicar on earth by striving to study, obey and promote the magisterial teaching of the Catholic Church. We offer daily prayer and sacrifice for Our Holy Father and for the Bishops and clergy of the world.
The Holy Eucharist, the source and summit of the Church's life and mission, is at the heart of our religious life. In a Marian spirit of faith and loving adoration, our day centers around the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and the presence of Jesus Christ hidden in the Sacrament of His Love. As a community we daily offer a holy hour of adoration and reparation offered in a special way for priests and priestly vocations.
To live more perfectly our baptismal vocation from which springs our call to religious life, we consecrate ourselves entirely to Mary Immaculate using the method of St. Louis Marie de Montfort. Our practice of total consecration to Jesus through Mary is an imitation of Christ's dependence on His mother. Since Jesus Christ the Incarnate Word chose to come into this world through Mary, we follow His example of loving dependence upon her whom He chose to call mother. We take Mary as our model and our way to Jesus, and seek each day to make our consecration a lived reality.