Spiritual life must be understood “as a relationship and communion with God. (John Paul II)”
There is triple path for this encounter:
Meditation on the Word of God.
Participation in the Sacred Mysteries.
He became flesh in order that we might have life and have it more abundantly (Jn 10:10).
To have this life in Jesus Christ, it is absolutely essential to be united with his Person, have his Spirit, assimilate his doctrine, frequent his sacraments, imitate his example, profoundly love his Mother, be in perfect communion with the hierarchy of the Church by a double bond – the same faith and charity, and the governance of one alone, Peter, over all.
Our motto is “with Peter and under Peter.”
In this way, following the Holy Father in belief and following the saints in practice, we will never err, since neither the Holy Father can err in his teachings about faith and morals, nor did the saints err in their practice of virtues. We want to form virtuous men, according to the doctrine of the great teachers of the spiritual life, especially Saint Augustine, Saint Thomas Aquinas, Saint John of the Cross, Saint Teresa of Jesus, Saint Ignatius of Loyola, Saint Louis-Marie Grignion de Montfort, Saint Thérèse of the Child Jesus and from the example of all the saints of all times that the Church proposes as examples of virtue for us to imitate.