We are part of the Roman Catholic Church governed by the successor of Peter and the Archbishop of Denver. We are the Christian faithful incorporated in Christ through baptism and constituted as the people of God. We are sharers in Christ’s Priestly, Prophetic and Royal office. This means we are called to draw out the good in the world by sanctifying it with our lives. We are to be prophets of God’s mercy and love. We are to be servants to those in need. In virtue of our rebirth in Christ there is equality among our members in regard to dignity and the activity whereby all cooperate in the building up of the Body of Christ. We are called to live a holy life and to promote the growth of the Church and its continual sanctification. We have the duty and the right to work so that the divine message of salvation may reach the whole of humankind. As the Christian faithful we have a right to receive the spiritual goods of the church, especially in the Word of God and in the sacraments. We, the Christian faithful are obliged to assist with the needs of the Church so the Church has what is necessary for divine worship, for apostolic works and works of Charity and for decent sustenance of ministers. We are obliged to promote social justice and, mindful of the precept of the Lord, to assist the poor from our resources.