The common mission of the Adorers of the Blood of Christ in the Church consists in collaborating with Christ in His redemptive work by witnessing the love of God and giving it to others, especially the poor, the oppressed, the marginalized, the outcast. Through our varied ministries of evangelization and human promotion, of prayer and our sharing in the cross of Christ, we collaborate day after day in building up of the Body of Christ, so that all creation may advance toward "that beautiful order of things which the great Son of God came to establish with his Blood "( St Maria De Mattias Letter n.16).
The Paschal Mystery of Jesus Christ is the place where every Adorer of the Blood of Christ feeds and nourishes her own mission, lived first and foremost in the apostolic community to which she is called by obedience and addressed to every age group, social class, every need, language, people and nation to be "witness" of the universal and personal love of the unique Easter sacrifice of the Crucified-Risen Lord: The style of the mission is rooted in that of Jesus and of his Blessed Mother, Our Lady of Sorrows, "Woman of the New Covenant".
The motto of St. Maria De Mattias: "Every person is worth all the blood of Jesus Christ", guides the vision and the mission of the Adorers of the Blood of Christ even today.
We serve in joy and simplicity, trusting that the Spirit to sanctify us as we minister to others, identifying ourselves ever more in the likeness of Christ crucified and risen.
The charisma of the Adorers of the Blood of Christ is what the Spirit has given to St. Maria De Mattias: to contemplate the Love of God, expressed in a paramount way in the shedding of the Blood of Jesus Christ, and to communicate it to every person.
Llike Maria De Mattias, "we are consecrated to the adoring and redeeming love of Jesus Christ, who shed his Blood to free us from sin and reconcile us in love. The spirit of the Congregation will thus be all love and charity, 'charity towards God and our dear neighbor' "
(ASC Constitution, Life Charter 2).