Moved by the charity of the One who came to save what was lost, we lovingly welcome children and young people who are at risk (protection), suffer behavioral or personality imbalances and are injured in their human dignity (re-education). In the homes or other structures where we welcome them, we try to offer them a family environment where they can breathe a climate of affection and live personal relationships and dialogue with confidence, and we try to make them protagonists of their own growth process (cf. Dir. 42, 43 and 44).