An apostolate for families devoted to the Latin Mass? How wonderful!
h/t to Rorate Caeli! (from their website, the Domus Christiani website is in French):
Domus Christiani is an association of families attached to the Latin Mass and which contains 120 groups in France, Belgium, Switzerland and Luxembourg. Each group is composed of five to ten families, and when it is possible, it benefits from the spiritual guidance of a priest. The purpose of this association is the sanctification of marriage. According to the well-grounded spiritual tradition of the Church, this goal will be reached by three main means.
First, it is the deepening of the interior life: Sacraments and prayer are its foundation. The study of doctrine and of its practical application contributes to increasing the knowledge and love of God. The devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary, Queen of families, and the consecration of homes and families to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary form the core importance of the groups.
The second means is given by Saint Paul: Let love be without dissimulation. Hating that which is evil, cleaving to that which is good, loving one another with the charity of brotherhood: with honor preventing one another. (Rom. 9:12)
Finally, the third means is the missionary spirit, which can come only from a deep interior life, as Dom Chautard says in The Soul of the Apostolate. The application of the missionary spirit will result by an increasing of the group. It has to be well understood that a personal engagement in the life of the family, the life of the community and the life of the society is the offspring of the interior life.
You may read the rest of this article at Rorate Caeli