Our charisma is to diffuse the Kingdom of God in to the hearts of everyone by becoming the yeast that will bring the glory of God to its fulfillment.

Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations... Teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. [1]

By this is my Father glorified, that you bear much fruit and become my disciples.[2]  

My daughter, the world is thirsty and there is none to pour upon them the pure water that takes away all thirst... because the life of my Fiat is missing from good itself... How necessary it is that these truths be made known in order for them to form the channels, among creatures, that will carry the life of my Will to every one along with the source of all the good that my Will contains. [3]

This charisma will be experienced with special intensity in our interior life, in whatever state of life and circumstances each member is called to live whether within the Community or outside of it.

Disregarding our interior life equates to stop living the life of a true Christian and betraying our baptism. Nothing good at all can come forth from us (even if only apparently) unless it comes from an interior life which is fully centered in Jesus as its Life. The spirit will allow us to live out our charisma and not the other way around.

The best way to live our Baptism is to live it intensely and interiorly so that whatever shows up exteriorly is nothing other than what God wants for us, whatever the circumstance of our lives may be and in obedience to the decisions of our Community Coordinator. [4]

We are aware that without God, we can do nothing and that it is God who gives both the wanting and the doing. Unless we are united to Jesus we cannot give fruit [5]; therefore, we will work without ever tiring ourselves of growing in the knowledge of God and remaining in His Love [6], so that we may be transformed into Christ Priest, Victim, Altar, Prophet and King [7].

Let us rejoice then and give thanks that we have become not only Christians, but Christ himself... [8]

Our duty will be to help fulfill this ideal in the life of every baptized person. We will do everything possible to facilitate to those who want it, to enter the Kingdom of God.

The vocation of mankind is to manifest the image of God and to be transformed in the image of the Father’s Only One Son. This vocation involves every one individually since everyone is called to enter into the divine beatitude, but it also concerns the whole human community as a whole. [9]

[1] Mt 28, 19-20
[2] Jn 15,8
[3] Jesus to the Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta Vol. 24, March 19, 1928.
[4] Homilies. July 9, 2002. Fr. Pedro Rubio.
[5] I am the vine, you are the branches. Whoever remains in me and I in him will give fruit; for away from Me you can do nothing Jn 15,5
[6] Remain in My love Jn 15, 9.
[7] "The anointing with Holy Chrism, scented oil consecrated by the Bishop signifies the gift of the Holy Spirit to the newly baptized. He has become a Christian, that is, “anointed” by the Holy Spirit, incorporated into Christ, who is the anointed Priest, Prophet and King." (Cf OBP, No 62) CCC 1241
[8] CCC 795 (San Agustín, ev. Jo. 21,8)
[9] CCC 1877