Pray to your Father who is in secret.

Matthew 6

Silent prayer

Our life is marked by the silence of prayer. We spend two hours a day in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament. We pray at dawn, "before the world wakes up" (Pope Francis, Nov. 4, 2020), to offer God the needs of the world and the Church, and to direct our whole day towards Christ and searching the Father's will. This personal encounter with Christ in prayer gives our days their inner vitality. We learn to pray our whole life long.

In reciting and singing the praises of the Lord with the Liturgy of the Hours, like the prophets, you intercede for the salvation of all.

Vultum Dei, §16

Chanting the offices

Chanting the Offices of Vigils, Lauds, Sext, and Vespers gives a rhythm to each day. We are particularly attentive to the celebration of the Liturgy of The Hours, a great tradition of monastic life.


The Eucharist is the highway to heaven… The more often we receive the Eucharist, the more we will become like Jesus, so that on earth we will have a foretaste of heaven.

Blessed Carlo Acutis

The Eucharist

The celebration of Mass is the culmination of every day. The Eucharist enables us to conform all our desires to the desires of the heart of Christ, who offered his life out of love for his Father and to save all mankind. The Eucharist is the sacrament of love that deepens our friendship with Christ and builds the bonds of fraternal charity between us.

We are well aware of the powerful power of the rosary to obtain the motherly help of the Blessed Virgin.

Pope Pius XII

The prayer of the Rosary

Whether prayed alone or in community, the Rosary is a prayer "marvelous in its simplicity and depth" (Rosarium Virginis Mariae). It teaches us to contemplate the face of Christ in the footsteps of Mary. "Mother and Teacher of perfect conformity to her Son, Mary's exemplary and maternal presence is a great support for daily fidelity to prayer"  (cf. Acts 1:14)". (Vultum Dei, §16)