The Eucharistic celebration is the source and center of our lives and apostolic ministry. Mindful of this, we participate where possible in the celebration of the Eucharist daily, and by so doing express with the whole Church the redeeming, healing presence of Jesus Christ in our midst.


Through the liturgy of the hours, specifically morning and evening prayer, we continue the Eucharistic prayer of Jesus in his body the Church. In this prayer Christ himself is present, carrying out his redemptive work of interceding for all. Therefore, we commit ourselves as a congregation to the communal celebration of these major liturgical hours. We celebrate this prayer as fittingly as possible, always attentive to the presence of Christ in our midst.


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