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Passionists in England & Wales are part of a worldwide movement within the Catholic church, dedicating themselves to radical solidarity with the suffering of the world.

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Community of the Passion

Solidarity with the suffering in everyday life and prayer

The Passionist life is not just for monks – our wider community is exploring new ways of being Passionist, by making meaningful commitments in our own lives. Find out more about our vision and inspiration, and our weekly liturgies, with these free zines.

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Stories, videos, meditations and more from Passionist communities across England & Wales. Find more here.

Passionists UK Refugees in Calais share their dreams around the fire

Refugees in Calais share their dreams around the fire

Alex Holmes, from our Partners at Catholic Worker Calais, listens to the dreams of refugees waiting in the Calais camp.

Passionists UK The Catholic Worker Farm provides a sanctuary for refugee women

The Catholic Worker Farm provides a sanctuary for refugee women

Scott Albrecht, from Catholic Worker Farm, describes some aspects of life looking after the 'Sisters' on the Farm.

Passionists UK What was St Paul of the Cross’s revelation about England’s future?

What was St Paul of the Cross’s revelation about England’s future?

Late in life, St Paul of the Cross received some kind of revelation, knowing that his Order would one day reach England. How much of this rich future did he see?

Passionists UK Can your community help resettle a refugee family?

Can your community help resettle a refugee family?

If you long to be a participant, not an observer, in helping our refugee crisis, there are practical and transformative ways to help.

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Common Era

What does spirituality look like in this age of change? On our Common Era podcast, we host conversations about faith, social justice, and environment – seeking out like-minds across different traditions, denominations and practices.

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FaithJustice

The Climate Emergency: What Next?

Our friends at FaithJustice will be meeting in January to reflect on COP26, and the future of Climate Activism, hosted by the CSJP Sisters in Nottingham.

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