Jesus’s death on the cross and resurrection saved the world. Therefore, we fully commit ourselves to him; seek his will in all we do; and trust in his power to do it.
“We proclaim Christ Crucified…the Power of God and the Wisdom of God” (1 Cor. 1:23-24)
Men of the Eucharist
When we celebrate the Eucharist, Jesus’ sacrifice on the Cross is made present to us today. Therefore we live and promote a deep reverence for our Eucharistic Lord.
Led and empowered by the Holy Spirit:
Jesus sent us the Holy Spirit with charisms (gifts) to build up the Church. And so we seek to be completely surrendered to the action of the Holy Spirit within us, and open to receiving any spiritual gifts the Lord might want to give us.
Truly devoted to Mary
As Jesus gave us his mother to be our mother at the cross, so we consecrate ourselves entirely to him through her.
Loyal to the Magisterium
To fulfill the Father’s will, Jesus founded the Church. We are to be loyal to the Holy Father and the Magisterium of the Church (its official teaching authority), a loyalty that will be lived out in obedience to our local bishop.
Listen to a talk by Bishop Scott McCaig, CC titled "Christ Crucified, the Power & Wisdom of God":