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Our life as consecrated women within the Regnum Christi Movement can be summed up in three phrases: Love Christ. Serve People. Build the Church.

We love Christ through the promises of poverty, chastity, and obedience and by consecrating everything we are and have, both present and future, to Christ.

We serve people by educating and equipping them through deep, personalized formation and a lifestyle of Christ-centered love. We give those we serve new opportunities to grow in their friendship with Christ and in their ability to do good and do it well, to build the civilization of love and justice.

We build the Church by directing and forming apostles who will strive to build the Kingdom of Christ at the service of the local and universal Church, who will in turn go out and form other apostles.

Our mission is to form, guide, and launch lay Catholics, especially girls and young women, so that they will become promoters of authentic Christian values and of a greater appreciation for family life in their immediate surroundings. We work toward this goal through our apostolates in the following fields:

• Directing and teaching in educational institutions, both national and international.
• Family consultations and spiritual guidance.
• Fostering women’s comprehensive development by forming girls, teenagers, and young women.
• Evangelization missions and aid to the needy.
• Communicating the faith, promoting moral and spiritual values through the mass media.
• Propagation of Catholic faith and morals.

 
 
 

 


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