Possible Daily Structure

Each Province and each community prepares together their daily structure after our Constitutions, their field of work, climate and culture.

It is “the search for God in all things” and “the qualitative Magis” in the love of God by Ignatius of Loyola.

"Magis" latin for "more", is a key concept in Ignatinan spirituality. But while our competitive society often thinks in terms of doing more. Magis calls us to depth and quality in what we do. Magis invites us to consider how we can serve the world better, with fire, passion, and zeal.

We also take time, to relate to God and his working in us through the reading of spiritual works and listening to lectures.

The heart of our life and work is the daily celebration of the Eucharist, where our fraternal union is rooted. By it we are ever increasingly impelled, in union with Christ and as his witnesses, to dedicate ourselves to works of love. Const. 17

We spend time daily, to deepen our relationship with Christ through meditation. During the time of the “loving awareness” we thank God and align ourselves with the Spirit of God.

The professional life is interwoven with our orientation towards God’s presence, his work in and among us. The community life is at the service of the apostolate.

As Mary, the mother of Jesus, asks us to accompany Jesus, we bind ourselves together with her, remind ourselves of the incarnation of Christ in praying daily the Angelus and the rosary.

  • Silence and attentiveness to the Holy Spirit opens us for the challenges of the community life and our professional work. Const. 21