Why is the canonisation of Ignatius Spencer important? His life, and dedication to the poor, are an outstanding example to all of us.
Who could be blamed for struggling with anxiety in the current moment? But clutching at control doesn't allow much space for God.
People will very often fall back into coping mechanisms once crisis intervention support has been taken away. We must provide everyday love and support to those people whose lives are in turmoil, and remind them of the God who loves them.
Being classified as vulnerable affected how I thought about myself. For the first time in my life I felt useless, unnecessary.
Having the courage to let go of my ideas, prejudices and perceived control - and become more compassionate - is where my humanity likes to engage in a tug-of-war.
If we want to be involved in society, if we want to form community, we have a duty to notice what is happening on the structural scale, not just the personal.
At times it seems we are pre-disposed to focus on faults in the world, rather than all the goodness that is there.
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."
Many before us risked, and lost, their lives to minister to the sick and suffering.