Our Mission

Our Mission

The mission of Jesus Christ obeys the Love of the Father, who so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son (cf. Jn 3:16; 4:34; 14:31; 1Jn 4:9-10).

The Holy Spirit communicates this universal love to the Church (cf. Rom 5:5) so that, sent by her Lord to serve the world, she may be in all things the faithful Bride who says: “Come, Lord Jesus” (Rev 22:20).

Jesus Christ, by his infinite goodness and mercy, leads us to love one another as he has loved us (cf. Jn. 15:12,17; 13:34), that is, by laying down his life for his friends (cf. Jn. 15:13).

We want to help people to accept the friendship that Jesus Christ offers us, which is a source of charity for all. Because the Lord’s friendship leads us to go out of ourselves, out of our “own love, desires and interests” (EE 19), and thus introduces us to the sacrificial service that he himself renders to his brothers (cf. Jn 13:14), especially by opening his heart to those in need (cf. 1Jn 3:16-18).

The mission of the Servants of Jesus is to help people give themselves to their own mission and thus participate in the mission of Jesus Christ.

Mass in the chapel of the Institute's headquarters.

Our mission in the Church and in the world

To help people to recognize God as Creator and loving Father and to allow themselves to be loved by Him (cf. EE 23 and 230-237).

To foster the encounter of mankind with Jesus Christ, the Redeemer who died for the forgiveness of our sins (cf. EE 53), who gives us the gift of confession as a sacrament (cf. Jn 20:23) and as a constant attitude before Him (cf. 1Jn 1:8-2:2).

– Helping the Christian faithful to listen always anew the voice of the Lord who calls each and every one (cf. EE 95) and shows them the way (cf. EE 146) so that they may always give themselves more and more to the will of God (cf. Jn 15:14) according to their state in life.

– Promote the feeling with the ChurchIt is the true Bride of Christ (cf. EE 352 and 353), encouraging the deep sense of faith and love that must guide obedience to the Pope, successor of St. Peter (cf. EE 365), fostering communion in the Church, appreciation for her Tradition and the love of friendship that is joyfully grateful for the manifold gifts of the Holy Spirit.