Jesus-the revelation of the Father's love, who takes
away the sins of the world. We are lay, religious and
clergy striving to be like lambs.
Jesus, The Lamb
teaching and healing in accordance with our baptism;
serving without reciprocation; by accepting failures
and vulnerability, imperfection and insecurity.
(JN 15:4); safeguarded by "the spirits" of the evangelical
counsels of poverty, chastity and obedience, and living a
lifestyle of listening, atoning, mediating and bearing the
burdens of the weak.
confidence and fidelity, sacrifice and joy, especially among
families, renewed with missionary zeal.
bridging the gap between rich and poor.
of gifts of the Holy Spirit, as covenanted, discipled, servants
of The Lamb.
chronically ill, the unchurched, those on the periphery,
empowering them for integral development as leaders of
change, replicating Lamb leadership, developing a culture of
generosity and works of mercy.
We are lay, religious and clergy striving to be like lambs. With the least of Jesus' brethren, we stand in the gap and, together, lead in transforming the world and society
Doing good things are good. Doing good things on behalf of Jesus are doing holy things. The least of the brethren that Jesus speaks about in the Gospel are His least brethren.