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Lay people for Baptism

 It wants to be a space, at least at first, virtual

 A virtual meeting place

 Meeting with God and with oneself

 with the main objectives already marked at the beginning (see ‘We’)

 He wants or intends to be independent of other Catholic Christian movements

 because it is also different from the others, is different.

Of course, we share the main objectives of any secular or lay movements that have as referents and are linked to particular orders from other perspectives also Catholic, although we have our own specifics.

 We want to repeat that this movement is of commitment, that is to say that it requires for its individual and collective development this personal commitment. That is in principle with oneself and obviously with God, basically, but also with the community that is being formed as one moves forward along the way, and that ultimately grows at the rhythm of the Holy Spirit, which is the same of Jesus Christ Our Lord, who ultimately nourishes us by our soul and our life, to become spirits that are ever more filled with Him: our Master Guide and Lord. In constant growth, until complete. Yes, commitment, but loving, above all, with love, because God is love.

 For this we must show ourselves propitious to be in permanent prayer with God

To frequent the sacraments of Penance and the Eucharist, as well as frequent the readings of the Bible especially from the New Testament and particularly the Gospel of St. John and also his other writings the Apocalypse and his letters, where in the latter is especially clear to be willing to lead a holy life. And also radical news as we know. And to have spaces of inner silence and to be able to be external for the personal encounter with God.

A lay movement for the laity


The more committed the better


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Always open to the Grace of God

For lay adults in the sense that they already have a basic religious formation and that they meet the requirements of a lay person: that is, they have received the sacraments of baptism, communion and confirmation.

May they freely welcome the Holy Spirit by the Grace of God, in a humble and persevering attitude.

Who pray frequently (every day)

They try to frequent the sacraments of the Eucharist and Penance with the dispositions owed by the Catholic Church, which are the main source of sanctifying Grace. Established by Jesus Christ Our Lord.

That they try to be open therefore to others: Christians and non-Christians; believers and non-believers. Of all religions, respecting them.

With the eagerness to fulfill to the maximum of the possibilities with the commandment of Our Lord Jesus Christ: To love to each other as He has loved us.

In order to be better every day Christian and Christian.

With the thought put in the Church: What would we do without it? We are also part of it.

Feeling deeply loved by our Lord Jesus Christ.

With a central disposition of Love to all our brothers and sisters, knowing how to discern what is necessary from what is of this world (that is, transient and improving, only human) of what is fundamental and with the nature of eternity (that is, in the divine background).

In the end, the ultimate goal is to become what God and His Son Jesus Christ has thought for us and us as best for us and us, in this world, with our eyes on the Kingdom of God, in Heaven, or or with transcendent vision. Or, in other words, to arrive at the very coming of the Kingdom of God in this world, to the Parousia or even to the end of this world, and perhaps need to add doing what needs to be done to fulfill this objective