Who are we?

A community of Church movements that brings together people with professional, economic, social, political and cultural responsibilities in the world. This way, they commit themselves to the transformation of their own minds and the social structures in accordance with the Gospel, to which they refer.


What do we want ?

To build a more human and fraternal world through the promotion of human rights.

To encourage contacts with inter-national instances for the promotion of peace, solidarity and justice.

To take part in building up the universal Church, keeping in mind the diversity of cultures and socio-economic contexts.

To promote the ecumenical and inter-religious dialogue roated in the dignity of all people and the wholeness of creation.

( Statute’s 3rd Art)


How do we work ?

Following a methodology dear to all specialized Catholic Action movements.

We See, taking a rational and critical look to the reality that succumbs us; different cultures,  lifestyles, religions, etc.

We Judge: Taking into consideration

  • The Universal declaration of Human  Rights.
  • The experience of believers.
  • The Gospel teaching and the Word of the Church.

We Act: By working to change our mindsets and prejudices so that in collaboration with others, we will be able to transform certain structures of society and improve the quality of life of people, through concrete and collective actions.


Our Spirituality

MIAMSI members are called upon to follow Christ :

1.      to Evangelize themselves and other around them

2.      to promote the Kingdom of God in their daily life

For this reason the movement members gather in small teams in order to share insights based on:

  • the See – Judge – Action method
  • Gospel meditation with a constant focus on the Faith – life link
  • the review of existing lifestyles, by means of the yearly theme proposed by the movement

In this way they experience an encounter with God which is what the movement desire.

The movement fosters, among the teams and in overall society, a pluralism based on the acceptance of differnces and the mutual individual and collective questioning process.

(Statute’s 4th Art)