The Order of the Roses
The rose has long been a symbol of Mother Mary and the Divine Feminine, and She is the very heart of The Order of the Roses. The Order of the Roses is composed of the Lay Order of the Roses and the Ministry of the Order of the Roses.
The Lay Order of the Roses is a spiritual community for all those who wish to further their development in the mysteries of Sacred Union and receive the loving support of those who share their spiritual path, to celebrate their achievements, and to receive help and guidance to overcome life’s challenges. The mission of the Lay Order of the Roses is to provide a safe, open, loving environment in which people from all places and backgrounds can come together to experience the love of the Divine manifest on Earth. The Lay Order of the Roses is available to anybody who has studied the sixteen Divine Virtues in an Adorata Study Course or Teleseminar. The Lay Order of the Roses meets regularly for teachings and prayers with Tiziana and other Adorata practitioners, and takes part in humanitarian service projects and sacred rituals and ceremonies.
The Ministry of the Order of the Roses is reserved for the most dedicated graduates of the Adorata Training Intensive programs who feel an inner calling to continue their Adorata training to focus on the most advanced practices of the Sacred Union of the inner masculine and inner feminine, and to dedicate their lives to service.
After completing the Divine Virtue Teacher Training Intensive and the first year of the Descent and Enlovement Training Intensive, Adorata trainees who opt to become ministers of the Orders of the Roses must undergo a sequence of three initiations that culminates in a full ordination. As Adepts, they must demonstrate that they have studied and integrated their understanding of the Adorata Divine Virtues into their daily lives. As Disciples, they must demonstrate that they are committed to a disciplined practice of the Adorata work. Finally, as Servers, they are initiated into full ordination as ministers in the Order of the Roses, and they commit themselves to serve others selflessly in a field that matches their passion and expertise.
Adorata Ministry is open to all men and women who fulfill the training requirements of the ministry. Ministers of the Order of the Roses are committed to creating a new kind of liturgy that includes the feminine spirituality and the Union of the Father and the Mother, and are trained to perform Adorata liturgical ceremonies.