Our spirituality has its roots in the Teresian Carmel, lived in the style of Francisco palau. It focuses on the experience of the ecclesial mystery as mystery of communion: God and neighbor. This is concretized in the call to fraternal communion, the contemplative attitude in friendly contact with God and listening to his Word, the missionary spirit, which makes us go out to those who need us the most.
Being prophets and visible signs of communion means also, to advance in the shared mission, valuing complementarity and strengthening the community sense of life and mission.
Making the Eucharist the center of life (MRel 3, 1-12, 4, 22-24, 28, 11,4), as the maximum realization of union with God and the brothers, urges us to make it a living expression in fraternity and in sharing with the poor, thus anticipating the universal banquet of the Kingdom.
Presence of Mary, as figure and perfect type of the Church, model of surrender to the will of God and of free and generous gift to others.