Our lives of consecration are rooted in prayer, both personal and Liturgical. In union with Mary we gaze upon the face of Christ through contemplation of his Mysteries, in Eucharistic Adoration, in Lectio Divina, and in the recitation of the Rosary. We are strengthened and nourished through the unified prayers of the Church: daily Mass and the Liturgy of the Hours. We offer our prayers and works in support of priests and in the name of Jesus the Eternal Priest.
It is prayer that gives life and expression to our apostolic works. In turn, it is the work of our apostolate that so enriches and inspires our prayer! Through this continuous encounter with the Living Christ, in prayer and in those we serve, we are thus enabled to participate more fully in the mission of the Church. We are consecrated for communion!