That hospitality for guests may be an important value and a way of giving witness to Christian community living; that it may be carried out in a spirit of cordiality and, at the same time, in a spirit of prudence and sensitivity to the needs of the religious in order to maintain a degree of silence and privacy allowing for areas strictly reserved to the religious. (Art.139)
For our Congregation, our superiors, and for vocations to our Congregation.
Education without a solid foundation leads a person away from God and undermines humility; more mature learning, on the other hand, makes the mind and heart more religious. (KW,22)