Prayer and the celebration of the Eucharist are central to the life of each Trinitarian community. Together with God's grace, it is in community that we receive the strength and support needed to face everyday challenges and reveal God’s presence to those we serve.
Today most of our brothers live in small communities which provide for their spiritual and material needs. Recognizing the unique gifts each brother has received from God, the community assists its members in choosing an appropriate ministry in keeping with St. John de Matha’s vision of mercy and redemption.
All Christians are called to closely follow Christ. Our vows of poverty, chastity and obedience form the foundational element that frees us to pursue our ministries and develop a deeper relationship with God. As brothers in religious vows, we form a collective force for change in a world that cries for hope and redemption.
Hospitality has always been an important characteristic of our Trinitarian life. In our earliest hospices on the southern coast of France, we cared for the returning captives who were broken in body and spirit. Today, we care for their contemporary counterparts who are held in bondage by the ills of modern society. We strive to invite all we encounter into a closer relationship with our community and with God-Trinity who invites everyone into a relationship of love and generosity.
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