- The Oblate Rule
- Conditions of Entry
Rule of The Oblates of St. Therese Reformed
1) All are to want to love and serve God above all things.
2) All are to love and seek Jesus Christ as their only Salvation.
3) All are to seek to love God as their Eternal Spouse.
4) All are to want to love and serve God with the Virgin Mary as the Mediatrix of All Grace.
5) All are to labor with the greatest care to develop a life of sanctity based upon the virtues of charity, humility, and hope pursued throught the example in the life of St. Therese, in union with the Twin Hearts of Jesus and Mary.
6) All are to want to live and share the catholic faith as an inseparable way to a virtuous life, with emphasis on the simplicity of life with the graces granted by Christ Jesus to perform spiritual and corporal works of mercy.
7) All are to want to defend the Holy Faith to the best of their ability.
8) All are to want to share the Church's teachings and devotions to the Sacred and Immaculate Hearts, the Angels, Saints, and the Poor Souls.
9) All will labor to safeguard and preserve the dignity and devotion to the Holy Eucharist, with absolute obligation of the individual and community to the degree of grace given to them by God.
Conditions of Entry
1) Seek to love and serve God above all else.
2) Love one's neighbor and to serve him for the love of God as a reality in laboring for our own salvation.
3) Seek to love and serve God and one's neighbor in a sharing community, laboring for the salvation of our own soul by our charity towards others.
4) Through word, prayer, and deed to lead others to Christ through His Holy Mother, the Angels and the Saints.
5) To seek living the Gospels according to the evangelical counsels, and in accordance with the Marian spirituality of the Universal church.
6) Seek to love and serve the Blessed Virgin in acordance with her wishes as Co-Redemptrix and Mediatrix of All Grace.
7) To be free of all outside obligations that would prevent the individual from fulfilling their lawful obligation to this way of life, and not conceal any of this.