Our prayer is nourished by the Eucharist—celebrated and adored—and the Word of God. The Eucharist and the Word are our daily bread. We, in turn, strive to allow ourselves to be transformed into the Body of Christ in today’s world.
Each day we make an hour of Eucharistic adoration, which we call the Visit with Jesus, and are invited to spend other periods of personal prayer and communion with Jesus our Master. It is from Jesus that we receive what we give to others in the apostolate. It is to Jesus that we bring all the human situations that we daily encounter, and we cry out together with them for his mercy and love.
Living in the presence of God
she allows God’s grace
to continue to act in history
in a new way.
Our apostolic vocation requires a contact with God
that is as intimate as the activity is intense.
It is at the feet of the Eucharistic Jesus that we strengthen our communion with each other and learn to spend ourselves like Jesus for the salvation of all, becoming bread broken for the life of the world.
It is not only important to have a personal experience of the Lord Jesus, but to transmit and communicate him to others, as St. Paul said: “Woe to me if I do not preach the Gospel!” (1 Cor. 9:16)
Pauline life can carry comfort and hope to a world that has been traumatized by many tragedies and social and political absurdities.
Only a passionate love for the Lord Jesus places the consecrated person on the streets of the world, among the people of every place and culture, in order to announce how necessary it is to meet Jesus who offers everyone the way to reach true life.