Apostolate

Like Mary and the women of the Gospel, transformed by their meeting with the Risen Lord, we are sent as apostles to proclaim, celebrate and serve Jesus the Divine Master, the Way, the Truth and the Life through the ministries flowing from the EUCHARIST, the PRIESTHOOD and the LITURGY.

To live evermore profoundly the Eucharist as the mystery of Christ is our way of being alive and active in the heart of the Church. We dedicate ourselves to continual praise and take on the ministry of intercession for the proclamation of the Gospel through the communications network and for the needs of all. We become the voice of humanity before the Lord present in the Eucharist: bringing life’s realities to prayer and interceding that humanity may welcome, listen to and love Jesus Master and Savior.

Our Eucharistic experience is then transformed into concrete testimony of life in an austere and dignified service responsive to the needs and exigencies of the local Churches. This impels us to help and contribute in the pastoral development of the Church: promoting priestly vocations and collaborating in their formation; assisting and accompanying the priests in the exercise of their ministry, in their difficult moments and in their old age.

Living and active members of the Church, we work to help people nourish their relationship with the Lord. We creatively place at the service of the Liturgy, the richness of various artistic expressions: painting, sculpture, architecture, music, embroidery and other handicrafts in order that prayer may be characterized by beauty and dignity. We render services in terms of liturgical catechesis and formation, biblical-liturgical animations, always in view of drawing people closer to the Lord.

In the local Church of the Philippines, our various initiatives aim to contribute to the ongoing liturgical formation and renewal of the worshipping community.

From the Eucharistic mystery, the source of our mission, we receive light, joy and example to become apostles of the Eucharist. 

Adorers of the Father in spirit and truth and in union with the mediation of Christ the Priest and his mission of reparation, we live our prayer as apostolic activity.

We assume the ministry of unceasing prayer which extends itself in perpetual adoration. In thanksgiving we bear witness to the primacy of God in the world. We intercede for the needs of the Church, of all people and of the Pauline Family. We pray for those who work in the communications media so that the Good News, Jesus Christ, may reach all peoples.

 

Inserted within the pastoral activity of the Church, we establish "Eucharistic, priestly and liturgical centers," places of ecclesial service and proclamation of the mystery of Christ open to ecumenical and inter-religious dialogue.

In this perspective we commit ourselves to the mystagogical catechesis which leads to the discovery and deepening of the gestures, symbols and words of the Liturgy, facilitating the transition from the signs to the Mystery itself.

 

 

 

 

In the context of a culture of communication, we promote liturgical and artistic formation so that the Christian community may live, pray and celebrate in dignity and beauty, and attain full communion with God, with others and with creation.

Our artistic activity is at the service of evangelization and, in particular of the liturgical life through creative harmony with the needs of worship and popular devotion.

 

 

 

 

Inserted through baptism into the one priesthood of Christ, we participate in the mission of the ordained ministers, in the spirit of Mary most holy.

As women associated with priestly zeal, we accompany the vocations to the priesthood and collaborate in their formation through prayer and service.

We have special concern for the priests and religious, especially those living in situations of poverty, sickness and old age. We also offer suffrages for them after death.