In the company of his friends and disciples at the Last Supper, “that they may be one, even as we are one,” our Lord Jesus Christ prayed to the Father, “I do not pray that you should take them out of the world, but that you should keep them from the evil one…as you sent me into the world, so I have sent them into the world (John 17).”

“Let no man therefore imagine that a life of activity in the world is incompatible with spiritual perfection. The two can very well be harmonized. That a man should develop and perfect himself through his daily work — which in most cases is of a temporal character — is perfectly in keeping with the plan of divine Providence. The Church today is faced with an immense task: to humanize and to Christianize this modern civilization of ours. The continued development of this civilization, indeed its very survival, demand and insist that the Church do her part in the world. That is why, as we said before, she claims the co-operation of her laity.”  St. Pope John XXIII

On the cutting edge of the new evangelization, Miles Jesu lay apostles are answering the call to “seek the kingdom of God by engaging in temporal affairs and by ordering them according to the plan of God.” Through a life lived in community, both poor and chaste, radiating with joy sprung from deep prayer, members strive, through these most efficacious means, to “work for the sanctification of the world from within as a leaven.”

Single men and women 18-35 years of age seeking to discern Domus Membership should use the form below to schedule your ‘come and see’ visit today

“If you wish to be perfect…”

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