The Eudists are jointly responsible for the life and apostolate of the Congregation: living and developing their mission together in the same way that Jesus and his apostles did. Jesus, the Son of God, wanted to share the human condition to reveal to the world the coming of the Kingdom of God. He gathered around him twelve disciples and he made them his companions and his envoys.
United with Christ as members following his lead1, Eudists gather in fraternal communities, to follow the example of the apostles, and to find their joy in "making him live and reign"2 in the heart of the world. (Const. 12) Eudist are jointly responsible for the same apostolic task; they are obligated to community life and they want to live as brothers, to make their community "a school of holiness for all who come to it."3 (Const. 35)