The following statistics are calculated with the information provided by the territories and consecrated members of Regnum Christi globally.
At the end of 2019, Regnum Christi had 23,531 lay members, 515 Consecrated Women, 56 Lay Consecrated Men, and 1,455 Legionaries of Christ globally. There are also 12,053 ECYD members.
Members of Regnum Christi
|Type of Regnum Christi Member||2019|
|Lay Consecrated Men||56|
|Legionaries of Christ||1,455|
Service to the Church
In December 2019, the educational works of Regnum Christi exceeded 195,800 students, including 68,330 students in Regnum Christi affiliated schools advised worldwide (an increase of 464 compared to the previous year), and 19,367 students in Mano Amiga schools (a decrease of 2984 compared to the previous year).
There are 20 Mano Amiga schools in Mexico, 3 in Chile, 2 in Venezuela, 2 in Colombia, 2 in Brazil, 2 in the Philippines and 1 in Argentina.
There are 57,564 in-person university students in the International Network of Universities (an increase of 5310), and 48,625 in the Inter-American University for Development – UNID (an increase of 5738), distributed over 47 campuses. The 16 campuses or headquarters of the universities affiliated with the International Network of Universities are located in Mexico (12), Italy (1), Spain (1), Chile (1) and the United States (1).
In the field of ecclesiastical universities, there are also 796 students at the Regina Apostolorum Pontifical Athenaeum, 723 in the Mexican section of the John Paul II Institute for the Family, 58 at the Interdiocesan Seminary and Theological Institute Maria Mater Ecclesiae in São Paulo. The Pontifical International Maria Mater Ecclesiae College in Rome has 98 seminarians.
During 2019 there were a total of 43 parishes entrusted to the Legionaries of Christ, 25 of which are in Mexico (23 of them in the diocese of Cancún-Chetumal), 8 in Italy, 3 in Western Europe, 2 in Brazil, 3 in North America, and 2 in Spain. These provide pastoral service to nearly 1,000,000 people. Legionaries of Christ and Consecrated Women of Regnum Christi operate the Magdala Pilgrim Center in Galilee, which received some 250,000 pilgrims in 2019, and have also been entrusted with the care of the Notre Dame Center in Jerusalem, which received some 68,000 pilgrims in 2019.