The Spiritual Liturgy

The liturgy in the Monasteries of the Grace Mercy Order includes life as a whole and not only the spiritual exercises themselves. From the waking up moment to the resting moment, the consecrated member seeks to be attentive to their own inner world, lovingly uniting to God. Thus, they try to live the liturgy in action, in their gestures, in the words they speak and hear when they share with other brothers and sisters and the Kingdoms of Nature, in the liturgy of the meals, of service towards those who need the most, in the liturgy of prayer, singing, of silence, of adoration, contemplation and communion with Christ.

In this broad and profound sense, the liturgy seeks to lead the consecrated member to an ever more continuous dedication to God. 

The Daily Liturgy Includes:

  • Prayer of the Holy Rosary
  • Contemplation of Divine Mercy
  • Adoration to the Blessed Sacrament
  • Eucharistic Celebration
  • Scientific-spiritual study
  • Liturgic service in the Light-Communities and Marian Centers

The Liturgy in the Marian Centers

The Marian Centers are places founded at the request of the Virgin Mary and blessed by Her as points of Light on the planet, where Her serving, collaborating and pilgrim children gather to contemplate, pray and renew their devotion to Her Immaculate Heart with the purpose that peace may reign in humanity and on the planet. 

The Monasteries of the Grace Mercy Order carry out the liturgy of each Marian Center, which includes:

  • Mysteries of the Holy Rosary
  • Chaplet of Divine Mercy
  • Eucharistic Celebration
  • Adoration to the Blessed Sacrament
  • Via Crucis
  • Orandium of the Passion and Transfiguration of Jesus
  • 1000 Hail Marys