IN THE INTERNATIONAL DHS FAMILY
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Consecrated seculars are single women, rooted in their baptismal consecration, committed by the evangelical vows of celibacy, poverty and obedience in the Secular Branch of the DHS. They live the DHS spirituality according to their proper statutes approved by the Church. They gather in an annual assembly and each one meets regularly with a small group of other DHS consecrated seculars for faith sharing and friendship.
They witness to their consecration through a simple, discrete presence, like yeast in the midst of the world. They remain close in solidarity with those they meet, especially those least favored by society. They are present in the United States, in Chile and in France.