We are social beings. We need each other! As Resurrectionists we believe that the charism given to the founding members was meant to be lived out by a community of people who believe in gathering around a common mission while embracing each other's unique gifts.
Living in a community doesn't mean that we do everything together. In fact most of us maintain close relationships with friends and family who are not Resurrectionists. What life in community does mean is that we commit ourselves to living out the charism of our founders with each other. When we do this we find that our burdens become lighter and our zeal for bringing hope to those in despair grows stronger. As in all relationships, life in community can be difficult at times. But we believe that Christ continues to be at work through this great gift to transform our lives for the better and enable us to help others build Christian Community wherever we go.