Community Life

“Under the gentle influence of the Sacrament of Love, and carrying in our soul the sweet word of the Divine Master: “Love one another as I have loved you” (Jn. 15,12), may we all make an effort to love each other with supernatural love, delicate and willing to sacrifice self without limits. May we live, in all their force and fullness, His words: “no one has greater love than he who gives his life for his friends” (Jn. 15,13), making our love above all a self-sacrifice for the brothers, always unmindful of ourselves, seeking always with sincerity the good of others.”

“We are called by the Blessed Virgin to adore the Mystery of Jesus Eucharist, God made Bread of Life (cf. Jn. 6). Just as many particles become one bread, which becomes Jesus by virtue of the words of the priest in Holy Mass, we the Servants of the Holy Eucharist and of the Blessed Virgin Mary are called to live that UNITY which the Eucharist represents and realizes in the Church.”