We, Friars and Nuns, Servants of Our Lady are first of all men and women of prayer, for it is in prayer that we draw all the strength necessary to worthily perform the duty of our state. In accordance with the Church's desires, the Friars and Nuns, Servants of Our Lady recite the Divine Office four times a day: Lauds, Sext, Vespers and Compline...
The Holy Hour is a practice eminently oriented towards reparation, it finds its origin in the apparitions of Our Lord to saint Marguerite Marie Alacoque.
Therefore, the purpose of the Holy Hour is to unite us to the feelings of the Heart of Jesus, dying in the Garden of Olives, and pray in a spirit of reparation to console the Divine Master.
The Rosary is the Credo turned into prayer.
The prayer of the Holy Rosary, or "Psalter of Our Lady" is from popular origin. It is like an echo to the great liturgical prayer of the Church.