The duties and obligations of the members of the Confraternity belong properly to the life of every priest.  Every priest is called to be an intercessor between God and man, in imitation to the One and Only High Priest, Jesus Christ.

 

Duties and Obligations

The duties and obligations of the members of the Confraternity belong properly to the life of every priest.  Every priest is called to be an intercessor between God and man, in imitation to the One and Only High Priest, Jesus Christ.  

Therefore, every priest of the Confraternity is to offer daily the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, to spend an hour of Eucharistic adoration, and to be most faithful to the recitation of the Liturgy of the Hours as the greatest expression of his priestly ministry and pastoral office.  The daily recitation of the Holy Rosary or any Marian devotion reminds us of our filial love due to our Blessed Mother of God and is therefore to be prayed every day.

For the priest who is not able to celebrate the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass or spend a Eucharistic Holy Hour on any given day because of an illness or travel, he may still spend a holy hour in his bed or in whatever means of transportation he is using, by remaining in the Lord’s presence in silence and by spiritually uniting himself with all the brothers who are able to do so.


For every high priest taken from among men is appointed on behalf of men in things pertaining to God, in order to offer both gifts and sacrifices for sins.
— Hebrews 5:1