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to truly following the example of Christ in the apostolic life, which comprises at one and the same time a life specially dedicated to God and a life of missionary work
– Constitutions of the Redemptorists, No. 2d.
Apostolic charity, through which Redemptorists share in the mission of Christ the Redeemer, is the principle that unites their entire life. It identifies them in a certain sense with Christ, who continues to fulfill the will of the Father by carrying on the redemption through them
– Constitutions of the Redemptorists, No. 52
glory of God and the salvation of the world are one, and since love of God and love for people are the same, Redemptorists live their lives in union with God in the form of apostolic charity and through missionary charity seek his glory.
– Constitutions of the Redemptorists, No. 53
Indeed the apostolic work of the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer is distinguished more by its missionary dynamism than by any particular form of activity; in other words, by evangelisation in the true sense, and by service of persons and groups who are poor and who are more neglected by the Church.
– Constitutions of the Redemptorists, No. 14