Our Passionist Partners at London Catholic Worker ask: how can houses of hospitality avoid 'white saviour' complexes, and engage with the Black Lives Matter movement?
As Passionists celebrate 300 years of the life of the Congregation, Pope Francis circulated a letter to the Passionists worldwide.
Alex Holmes, from Catholic Worker Calais, presents snapshots of life from the forgotten camps of the Calais 'jungle'.
From Green Christian: Global warming and environmental degradation will have a devastating impact on people of colour before others.
Our Passionist partners at Minsteracres share their vision for the Eco-Community's Walled Garden in 5 years' time.
"As I reflect on who we are and have been as Passionists here in England, I feel sure that for us this statement is deeply real."
There may be no silver bullet to eradicate racism - but we can contribute to many and multiple actions in that direction.
How can we respond to the many distinct signs of suffering appearing in the wake of COVID-19?
The Chair of Green Christian explains the organisation's approach in the current age.
Fr. Chris went to his eternal reward, just one week short of his 101st birthday. He passed away peacefully at Nazareth House Nursing Home in North London.
A speech by David McLoughlin celebrates the overlooked work of the 'Liverpool three' and considers the mantle on offer to us today.
Ageing and long-term effects are emerging as issues for the HIV positive community. CAPS are the last remaining charity responding to pastoral and spiritual needs.
A long time ago, someone said that to understand John Sherrington, you always have to remember that he was an artist first.
A look at Fernando Meirelles's cinematic imagining of Pope Benedict XVI's retirement.