Forms of life are a gift from God to each person to unable them to love and to serve Him. The Shalom Community is composed by faithful people from all the forms of life: celibate for the kingdom of heaven, married and single people; priests, deacons and seminarists. United by a consecration of life, they live having as a model the diversity and unity of the three persons of the Holy Trinity: Father, Son and the Holy Spirit.
In the Shalom Community, priests live their ministry according to the own spirit of the Vocation, to serve the Church and all the brothers and sisters. They do not belong to a specific branch in the community, but they are one with the others, in the same communitarian body, with the same graces and renounces everyone have. They reflect the redeemer love of the son, Jesus Christ and act as instruments of a reconciled life through the sacraments.
Signs of the love of the Father, married people are an instrument of creating life and caring for the family enviroment in the community. They are legitimized members of the Community and they embrace the Shalom Vocation with all the specific blessings and demands. Once a week, parents and children get together in their homes to pray and to celebrate the joy of the presence of God amidst them. In Life Community, families have each one their own space in privacy to live with their children.
The celibate for the kingdom of Heaven reflect the person of the Holy Spirit and they act as instruments of fertility and spiritual power for the Community and the Church. They are also legitimized members of the Community and embrace Shalom Vocation with all the specific blessings and demands.