An unreserved mutual love will characterize our communities witnessing that the Lord is the center of our life in community. Fraternal love is nourished unceasingly by the Word of God and is renewed in the Eucharist and adoration. It is purified in the sacrament of reconciliation and it is strengthened by insistent prayer for unity. (Art. 56)

The life of union with Christ is deepened and intensified in the Eucharist. “Taking part really to the Body of Christ in the breaking of Eucharistic bread, we are elevated in the communion with Christ and among us”. (LG 7,2).

Being members of the Body of Christ, the consecrated persons are called to live fraternal relationship, full of esteem and respect. "God’s love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit that has been given to us".  (Röm 5,5).

Holy Spirit enables us to love one another and to live united. "As you, Father, are in me and I am in you, may they also be one in us…" (Jn 17, 21)

This unity is always threatened because of our human weaknesses, our refusal of love towards one another. But as our Founder, Fr. Pierre Paul Blanck and our first sisters, we want to forgive mutually. They gave us the example: as Jesus, they forgave without restriction all their calumniators and their enemies.

The forgiveness and the reconciliation in the Spirit of Jesus and in his strength are the basic elements of our Eucharistic spirituality.

On the basis of our religious profession, we have material goods in common. We share our spiritual experiences and put our talents at the service of the mission of our Congregation. Constitutions ( Art. 59)