The words of our founder indicate that in the intimate relationship with God, we live our consecration and generate fraternity.
On a daily basis, we dedicate plenty of time to personal and community prayer, which is enriched by various forms of Christian prayer.
Christ is par excellence the witness of a welcoming God, therefore welcoming is an essential way of being for the Christian. Jesus in Bethany is welcomed as Lord and Master, as friend and brother. In that house He gives Himself and at the same time accepts without reserve the gift of others
(cf. Lk 10:38-42; Jn 11:1-44; 12:1-3).
By sharing the different moments of our day, those who come to our Houses can find in prayer, the sacraments and fraternal life, a true and life-giving encounter with Jesus.
Our hospitality is addressed to:
Those who seek and want to have a deeper experience of God
Those who are on a path of vocational discernment
Priests and consecrated persons fatigued by apostolic commitments who wish to rediscover intimacy with the Master
Disoriented young people and all those who feel the need to withdraw spiritually from the frenzy of everyday life
The commitment to fraternal life, understood as a communion of hearts and intentions, is the true element that characterizes our vocation.
Fraternal life is the first area of welcome that must take place towards the brother and sister that the Lord has placed next to us. Therefore, “brother” and “sister” are not simply a mere title, but what we really are and what we are called to realize among ourselves, among the people and for the Church.