The Servants of the Holy Eucharist and of the Blessed Virgin Mary are a contemplative community, centered on Eucharistic adoration and Marian consecration. Belonging to the International Schoenstatt Movement, our religious life emanates from the Shrine dedicated to the Mother Thrice Admirable, Queen and Victress of Schoenstatt. Our experience of prayer invites us to share or “radiate” our contemplation through various apostolic activities in consonance with our lifestyle.
The “Definition of a Servant” by our Founder, Fr. Anibal Reyes
“A Servant of the Holy Eucharist and of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a man who tires without tiring, who does not flee from anguish, who falls exhausted into the furrow; who shares his life, his hope, his self-giving; who goes joyfully up to Golgotha; who dies exhausted in love, fulfilled in the highest ideals of offering himself as a victim with Jesus-Eucharist from the heart of Mary Virgin for the salvation of all men. They should consider themselves as pilgrims of God on earth, who go searching for His love and looking at the earth as one who is passing by. They live only on the ardent longing for God, having in the Cross of their Lord and in His Eucharist, together with His Mother, in the little Shrine, the most precious treasure of their lives. A Servant of the Holy Eucharist and of the Blessed Virgin Mary is the man who in his being reveals the great news of God and knows how to tell men of the taste of God.”