Today the Constantinian Order and Apostolic See maintain an excellent spiritual relationship together. Its worldwide membership from Cardinals to lay members fulfils the religious requirements of membership.
It is the primary duty of the knights and dames of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order to live as true, exemplary Christians, and to dedicate themselves to any activity or endeavour that fosters the growth of religious principles among mankind, co-operating in every manner with the practice of the Christian way of life.
The Order, in keeping with the times, today emphasises major contributions to the two great social works, namely hospital assistance and charitable relief of the poor. Knights and dames of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George must be practising Roman Catholics and in good standing with the Church.
They must also fulfil two basic principles as part of their membership of the worldwide confraternity, which is clearly illustrated in the statutes of the Constantinian Order:
1. Work for the glorification of the Christian Cross, the preaching of the Roman Catholic Faith and the defence of the Roman Catholic Church.
2. Promote the spiritual and physical welfare of the sick and disabled, the poor, the homeless and the illiterate; to aid and protect them and contribute to their material and moral support; to establish institutions of Christian charity to attend to their needs; to co-operate with other agencies or institutions which engage in like work; and, generally, to do any and all things and engage in any and all activities which, in the judgment of the Grand Master and the Council of the Delegation may be necessary or proper to accomplish the aforesaid purposes and objectives.