It’s an international ecclesial movement made up of lays, consecrated women and priests united in their love to God, the Church and the Homeland that, through communities, evangelize the culture, the family and the youth.
The acronym stands for Fraternity of Groups Saint Thomas Aquinas, in allusion to its patron saint. As a response to the Church’s call made in the Second Vatican Council to promote laity commitment, Fasta offers to its members an itinerary of personal holiness.
Our charism calls us to be apostles of Christ that announce the Gospel to build the City of God in the city of men, and thus to accompany everyone in their path to holiness.
We put God at the center of our lives through the practice of faith, hope and charity.
Our formation encompasses every dimension of the person and aims at the self-perfection of our members.
We honor the Virgin Mary by praying the rosary and contemplate God when meditating on each mystery.
To follow the path to holiness, we promote the habit of Grace and a growing and conscious practice of virtues.
We look up to them as examples of a Christian life, and models of holiness and joyful hope.
A deep commitment towards formation, seeking to enrich the Church by spreading his doctrine.