Dogmas of Faith
God is One and Triune;
God the Almighty Father is the Creator of all things;
Christ, Man God, is the Only Begotten Son of the Father, the only Savior of the world;
The Holy Spirit, the substantial Love of the Father and the Son, is God and proceeds from the Father and the Son;
Mary is Daughter, Bride, and Mother of God, ever Virgin, Immaculate of the Holy Spirit, Assumed to Heaven, Coredemptrix and Queen of Heaven and Earth.
The fundamental law for every Christian is the Commandment of Love of Jesus, which embraces the fundamental laws dictated by God the Father to humanity: “The Ten Commandments” (or Decalogue).
Jesus says: “The first [Commandment] is: Listen, Israel. The Lord our God is the only Lord; Therefore you will love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your mind and with all your strength”. “And the second is this: You will love your neighbour as yourself. There is no more important commandment than these” (Mk 12,29-30).
As a consequence, every Christian belonging to this Church will lovingly obey the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, welcoming in their heart and doing all this: «Love the Lord your God with all of yourself, with all your might, respecting His law and submitting to His will, in order to live in Christ, for Christ and with Christ; and to receive the Holy Spirit who proceeds from the Father and the Son, that, in the motherly Heart of Mary, brings and gives Life, One, Holy and Universal, to everyone».
This is to believe in Christ, to believe in the true God, One and Triune, expression of the essence and substance of the Father, of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.
Respecting these fundamental norms is to believe in Christ, to believe in the true God, One and Triune, expression of the essence and substance of the Father, of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.
The Cornerstones of Christian Faith
The fundamental virtues, foundations of the Christian Faith, are:
God’s children are called to be ready to do God’s Will, so that Christ may illuminate and purify them on the path of perfection.
Virtues of purity, humility and obedience are indivisible.
There is not humility if you are not pure. And you cannot be pure if you are not obedient.
Obedience makes you perfect and truthful: in the virtue of obedience there is charity and love for God and your neighbour.
With purity, each child turns his eyes to God, contemplating His Wonders.
Lastly, humility is the central phase of the other virtues.
The main guiding Principles
The main guiding Principles that characterize Christians who freely decide to join this Church are:
Holiness, Correctness and Faithfulness must be lived everyday in order to be true men, true women and true Christians in our very life, on the example of Jesus Christ, true Man and true God.
Hence, Holiness, Correctness and Faithfulness must be manifested: (1) to God; (2) to our Brothers; (3) towards ourselves.
Only in this way, we are true men, true women and true Christians. We must behave with respect to God and to our neighbours. We must live the brotherhood. Thus, we are faithful and holy. In doing so, we can understand, love and consequently bear witness, with the example of our living, to the Commandment of Love that Jesus, true Man and true God, lived and witnessed with His life to all humanity: «Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your mind, with all your might. And love your neighbour as yourself». (Mk 12: 30-31).
Prayer and Brotherhood
Fundamental pillars to daily live the authentic Christianity are:
For every Christian, prayer must be alive. The prayer that removes all impure thoughts, the living prayer that moves temptation away, the living prayer that brings God closer.
Every Christian has to rediscover the power of prayer, to win the chains of the world, to win against oneself, submitting with loving obedience to the Will of the Father that, through His Son, Christ the Saviour, is manifested. «Yours is the glory, yours is the power over the centuries» (Rev 4,10-11; 7,12).
At the Center of the saving mission of this Church there are brotherhood and peace among brothers and therefore among peoples. Every Christian and every man and woman of goodwill must rediscover the sentiment of brotherhood that God, One and Triune, embodied in Jesus, has transmitted and manifested to humanity.