That as members of the Congregation of the Resurrection we may regard as the supreme rule of our lives the following of Christ, whom the Gospel presents as poor, chaste and obedient. (Art. 12)
That we may seek to know Christ and the power flowing from his resurrection; likewise to know how to share in his sufferings by being formed in the pattern of his death. (Phil 3:10)
For those we promised to pray for.
For our benefactors, living and deceased.
There is a lack of regularity in my life, a lack of proper vigilance over myself, a lack of zeal, abandoning myself to laziness and pride... (Confession Notes, Paris, 6/15/1835)