Our Spirituality

Our Spirituality

"We are called to live the Paschal Mystery altatkerze
and to witness to the redeeming love of Christ."
 
(Const. 102)
Thus, the redeeming love of Jesus is the basic inspiration for our double vocation as missionary and as  religious, the  missionary service  and the life of prayer of every Missionary Sister of the Precious Blood.

 "Our name is also our mandate:
to honour in a special way the Blood of Christ, 
through which he redeemed all people. 
God makes the Blood of Christ fruitful through our apostolates." 
(Const. 102) 

wernbergaltarraumSr. Antonio Maria ThunherAs our name implies, we are a missionary congregation
and work primarily for evangelization among people
and nations who do not know Christ and his Gospel.
We are also active in areas where the local Church is not viable.
Thus there are few boundaries to the scope of our apostolates.
New fields open and we try to respond to the needs of our times. 
In all our activities and mission we want to be instruments of reconciliation, hope and new life.  

We live our Spirituality through our charism which gives our congregation its identity.

johannasprirrundSr. Johanna SennLike a small seed – it contains the potential for growth and development.  
Through our Charism we make the Paschal Mystery fruitful in our own personal lives and in the lives of all those we meet. The Paschal Mystery encompasses the life, passion, death and resurrection of Our Lord. It is not only His suffering and death on the cross – but also His life through which He shows us how to live and relate to God and our neighbour. Through His resurrection we share in the hope and joy of life eternal. .
We proclaim the redeeming love of Jesus through our prayer, our lives and our apostolates. He has reconciled us with the Father – in his blood we too can find the strength to reconcile with one another.

 

 

 

PONDER Corner

PONDER Corner

“REJOICE and BE GLAD”   (Mt 5:12),

Jesus tells those persecuted or humiliated for his sake. The Lord asks everything of us, and in return he offers us true life, the happiness for which we were created.

He wants us to be saints and not to settle for a bland and mediocre existence. 

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