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Category: Explained

Passionists UK What is a Passionist?

What is a Passionist?

The Passionists are a Catholic Religious Order, as well as a worldwide family who dedicate themselves to Passionist principles.

May 21 2021

Passionists UK Core Passionist Prayers

Core Passionist Prayers

Some of the key prayers that form part of our daily rhythm of life.

Feb 09 2021

Passionists UK The Life of Ignatius Spencer

The Life of Ignatius Spencer

Who was Father Ignatius Spencer, and why is he important to the Passionist movement in England?

Aug 04 2020

Passionists UK The Life of St Paul of the Cross

The Life of St Paul of the Cross

Who was Paul Francis Danei, and how did he become the founder of the Passionists?

Aug 04 2020

Passionists UK Passionist Monastic Life

Passionist Monastic Life

The Congregation of the Passion is a Religious Order of men in the Catholic Church. In England and Wales, the Order forms the core of our Passionist communities.

Jul 24 2020

Passionists UK Passionist Communities

Passionist Communities

Find out more about the varied communities that have grown within the UK Passionist family.

Jul 24 2020

Passionists UK Our Mission Statement 2018

Our Mission Statement 2018

Our latest public statement on our evolving Passionist life.

Jul 24 2020

Passionists UK Passionist Contemplation and Action

Passionist Contemplation and Action

Passionists in England and Wales see the crucified God in the crucified people of this age, and the crucified Earth. Read more about what this means.

Jul 24 2020

Passionists UK The Life of Dominic Barberi

The Life of Dominic Barberi

Who was Dominic Barberi, and how did he come to found the Passionists movement in England?

Jul 17 2020

Passionists UK What Compassion Asks Us: Reflections by Henri Nouwen

What Compassion Asks Us: Reflections by Henri Nouwen

Compassion asks us to go where it hurts, to enter into the places of pain, to share in brokenness,fear, confusion, and anguish...

Jul 07 2020

Passionists UK Selected texts from Pope Francis’ letter ‘The Joy of the Gospel’

Selected texts from Pope Francis’ letter ‘The Joy of the Gospel’

The great danger in today’s world, pervaded as it is by consumerism, is the desolation and anguish born of a complacent yet covetous heart...

Jul 07 2020

Passionists UK A Future Not Our Own: A Prayer of Oscar Romero

A Future Not Our Own: A Prayer of Oscar Romero

It helps now and then to step back and take a long view. The Kingdom is not only beyond our efforts, it is beyond our vision...

Jul 07 2020

Passionists UK What We Do is Very Little: A Prayer of Dorothy Day

What We Do is Very Little: A Prayer of Dorothy Day

What we do is very little. But it is like the little boy with a few loaves and fishes...

Jul 02 2020

Passionists UK The Coventry Litany of Reconciliation

The Coventry Litany of Reconciliation

The Litany of Reconciliation, based on the seven cardinal sins, was written in 1958 by Canon Joseph Poole, the first Precentor of the new Cathedral.

Jul 02 2020