We are a Catholic association of baptized laity whose purpose is to live our Baptism to its fullness with its proper charisma and spirit. (Cf. Nature).

Christian initiation is accomplished by three sacraments together: Baptism which is the beginning of new life; Confirmation which is its strengthening; and the Eucharist which nourishes the disciple with Christ's Body and Blood for his transformation in Christ. [1]

We are baptized Catholics and we want to live out our Baptism [2]

We believe in the Gospel of the Kingdom and we want to live it to its fullness for the glory of God:

By this is my Father glorified, that you bear much fruit and become my disciples. [3]

So be perfect, just as your heavenly Father is perfect. [4]

Love one another. as I have loved you, so you also should love one another. [5]

So that they may all be one, as you, Father, are in me and I in you, that they also may be in us that the world may believe that you sent me. [6]

I in them and you in me, that they may be brought to perfection as one, that the world may know that you sent me, and that you loved them even as you loved me. [7]

We would like to create a family environment, inspired by the Holy Spirit and the fraternal charity that reigned among the First Community of Christians as well as in the Home of Nazareth.

This is how all will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.[8]

They devoted themselves to the teaching of the apostles and to the communal life, to the breaking of the bread and to the prayers. Awe came upon everyone, and many wonders and signs were done through the apostles. All who believed were together and had all things in common; they would sell their property and possessions and divide them among all according to each one's need.[9]

Prayer in the events of each day and each moment is one of the secrets of the kingdom revealed to "little children", to the servants of Christ, to the poor of the Beatitudes. It is right and good to pray so that the coming of the kingdom of justice and peace may influence the march of history, but it is just as important to bring the help of prayer into humble, everyday situations.[10]

Imitate Me when I was in the house of Nazareth –my mind was occupied with nothing but the glory of the Father and the salvation of souls; my mouth uttered nothing but holy discourses. With my words I tried to repair for the offenses against the Father, to dart through hearts and draw them to my love – and primarily my Mother and St. Joseph. In a word, everything called upon God, everything was done for God, and everything referred to Him. Why could you not do the same?[11]

We ask God continuously and ardently to replicate in us the “Fiat” of the Virgin Mary. This "Fiat" was freely given to God throughout Mary’s life from her Immaculate Conception, Incarnation of the Verb, Jesus’ Death on the cross, to Her Glorious Assumption. This very Fiat must be reproduced in our lives, in every instant, in every circumstance of our lives, until the life of Jesus is formed in us.

By pronouncing her "Fiat" at the Annunciation and giving her consent to the Incarnation, Mary was already collaborating with the whole work her Son was to accomplish. [12]

The Virgin Mary "cooperated through free faith and obedience in human salvation" (LG 56). She uttered her yes "in the name of all human nature" (St. Thomas Aquinas, STh III, 30, 1). By her obedience she became the new Eve, mother of the living. [13]

The Word became flesh to make us 'partakers of the divine nature' (2 Pt 1, 4): 'For this is why the Word became man, and the Son of God became the Son of man: so that man, by entering into communion with the Word and thus receiving divine sonship, might become a son of God' (St. Irenaeus, Adv. haeres. 3, 19, 1). 'For the Son of God became man so that we might become God' (St. Athanasius, De inc. 54, 3). 'The only-begotten Son of God, wanting to make us sharers in his divinity, assumed our nature, so that he, made man, might make men gods' (St. Thomas Aquinas, Opusc. 57, 1-4). [14]

Grant us Almighty Lord, that we who have so satisfied our hunger and our thirst through these Sacraments, may be transformed in Jesus whom we have received. Through Jesus Christ Our Lord. [15]

The fulfillment of the “Fiat” is of primary importance to our lives. It is that “Fiat” which makes possible the design that God has for each one of our lives. The design that has forever been in the heart of God: that man returns to the image and likeness in which God created him.

Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in Christ with every spiritual blessing in the heavens, as he chose us in him, before the foundation of the world, to be holy and without blemish before him. In love he destined us for adoption to himself through Jesus Christ, in accord with the favor of his Will, for the praise of the glory of his grace that he granted us in the beloved. [16]

...In it man recovers the first sanctity that he had received from You and comes to taste even while on earth the gifts that have been reserved for Heaven. [17]

"The glory of God consists in the realization of this manifestation and communication of his goodness, for which the world was created. God made us 'to be his sons through Jesus Christ, according to the purpose of his Will, to the praise of his glorious grace', (Eph 1, 5-6) for 'the glory of God is man fully alive; moreover man's life is the vision of God: if God's revelation through creation has already obtained life for all the beings that dwell on earth, how much more will the Word's manifestation of the Father obtain life for those who see God.' (St. Irenaeus, Adv. haeres. 4, 20, 7) The ultimate purpose of creation is that God 'who is the creator of all things' may at last become «all in all», thus simultaneously assuring his own glory and our beatitude" (AG 2) [18]

...We are willing to pronounce our Fiat to everything that God wants, whatever it may be. [19]

It does not matter, where ever you want me, My God, here I am! The adventure of the Will of God! [20]

[1] CCC 1275. All references and quotes to the CCC, have been taken from the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
[2] Homilies. July 2002– Fr. Pedro Rubio.
[3] John 15, 8. All references and quotes to the Holy Scriptures have been taken from the Bible of Jerusalem.
[4] Mt 5,48
[5] Jn 13,34
[6] Jn 17, 21
[7] Jn 17, 23
[8] Jn 13,35
[9] Act 2 42-45
[10] CCC 2660
[11] Jesus to the Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta. Vol I,
[12] CCC 973
[13] CCC 511
[14] CCC 460
[15] Roman Missal. Prayer after communion. XXVII Sunday of Ordinary Time.
[16] Eph. 1,3-6
[17] Roman Missal. Holy Virgins and Religious - Preface.
[18] CCC 294
[19] Homilies. July 8, 2002. Fr. Pedro Rubio.
[20] Ibidem.

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