Passionist life in England and Wales isn’t limited to those who take vows.
We partner with others who are giving their lives for justice, peace, creation and human rights – see our list of Partners, below.
What’s more, our wider Community is exploring new ways to be Passionist, through making meaningful commitments in their own lives.
The Community of the Passion is a dispersed community of women and men finding together a new way of being Passionist. Committed to prayer with and for each other, we find God in our encounter with and commitment to all those who are poor, powerless and suffering.
Passionist Partners are all committed to the crucified of today. We value their work, and wish to support them as well as learn from and be inspired by them. Their life and work reflects values of God’s Kingdom, of peace, justice, care for creation, freedom and human rights.
A Christian place of prayer with a resident community rooted in the Roman Catholic Passionist tradition.
Martha House provides temporary accommodation for forced migrants who have become destitute.
Supporting communities harmed by London-based mining companies.
Independent Catholic News is the first daily online Catholic news service in the UK, founded by volunteers.
A community of ordinary Christians from all backgrounds and traditions, promoting prayer, hope and action.
We are a network of Christians in Britain and Ireland promoting HIV prevention and support. We aim to be a voice in the church for people living with HIV / AIDS and a catholic voice in the world of HIV / AIDS.
A community of the international radical Christian 'Catholic Worker' movement. The Catholic Worker is ecumenical, pacifist and anarchist in the spirit of gentle personalism.
The Catholic Worker Farm and Mary House provide accommodation, food, English lessons, counselling and other services for 19 destitute female asylum seekers and their children.