The Transalpine Redemptorist life is neither purely contemplative, nor entirely active, but combines both. Thus, we live neither for ourselves, nor for the people alone, but we devote ourselves first to our own sanctification by the practice of prayer and of all the virtues so that we be a living memorial (vita memoria) of the life of Jesus Christ, and then to the sanctification of others.

Here you can find various information and articles about thereligious vocation in general, and the Transalpine Redemptorist vocation in particular.

The 2 Marks of a Religious Vocation

By St. Alphonsus

What to Expect

By a Transalpine Redemptorist

The Advantages of the Religious State

By St. Alphonsus

Considerations on the Religious State

By St. Alphonsus