Saint Nazaria Ignacia bequeathed us a charism, and wanted for us a spirituality, that of Saint Ignatius of Loyola.
A spirituality that puts us in a continuous tension, to “seek and find God” in all things. It is not, however, a voluntary dynamic. It is born from the experience of love, of discovering that life is inhabited by God who comes to meet us, that we are loved and welcomed creatures just as we are.
In response to the love of God that reaches out to us, we seek what He wants, guided by Jesus. It is not an intimate search, but a dialogue that takes place in everyday life. Because the love of God is returned through life, loving and serving the brothers and sisters.