Consecrated Lay Persons?
They are persons who live their faith in God Providence by committing themselves by private vow or promise to follow the poor, chaste and obedient Christ. They continue to live their life, their career and their responsibilities as a lay member of the Church.
Their life is marked by the practice of the four virtues dear to Jean Martin Moye: trust in God, simplicity, poverty and apostolic charity. Their spirituality makes them particularly attentive to those who are poor. With others they engage in building a more just and caring world in which the dignity of each person is respected.
They participate in the mission of the Congregation: being the face of Providence, a reflection of the merciful care of God.
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