That the religious formation of members of the Congregation may always develop along the lines established by the Church, with great concern for the suitable spiritual, doctrinal, pastoral and professional development of the religious. (Art. 146)
For our parents, relatives, friends and benefactors, and for all of those who have recommended themselves to our prayers.
For all of those who assist us in our apostolates, and for those to whom we minister.
In every situation let virtue and hard work be the principles governing your behavior. (KW,24)