The members of the Congregation strive after a life of constant, intimate union with Jesus in the Sacrament of the Blessed Eucharist. Short pauses of Adoration before the Tabernacle ought therefore to belong to each and every day most naturally. Only he who loves Jesus in the Tabernacle above all others, will be able to lead other people to this love, and only in the measure that he loves Jesus - the incarnate Son of God - in the Blessed Sacrament, will a man be able to love his neighbour. The pre-requisite for a life of such Eucharistic intimacy with the Lord is a similarly deep appreciation of the sacrament of Confession, to which the faithful should also be led. The devotion to the Divine Mercy, the "greatest of all the qualities of God" (St. Faustina) is therefore a particular priority.