I rise before dawn and cry for help;
I hope in your words.
Our life is rooted in Monastic tradition and so is marked by prayer of the Divine Office, Eucharistic Adoration, manual labor and biblical, antropological and theological studies. We also try to ensure that this simple and authentic life assumes all the dimensions of the human person (work, friendship, freedom, responsibility, dialogue, listening, trust) and promotes their development. For this, a holistic formation of the person—on the human, intellectual and spiritual levels—is necessary.
While we preserve true cloisters for our convents, we open our prayer life and our formation to those who want join us and who come to be renewed in the shadow of our monasteries. We are also sometimes called to lead moments of prayer outside of our convents.