Passionist priests and brothers profess a unique Fourth Vow to promote the memory of Christ’s Passion and God’s redeeming love for all, as expressed in their blended life of contemplation, community, and ministry. Founded by St. Paul of the Cross in the early 1700s, Passionists reach out in compassionate ministry to the suffering, poor, and marginalized—especially refugees and the sick, impoverished, imprisoned, grieving, and searching. Opportunities for spiritual growth and healing are offered in a variety of ministries which include parish mission and retreat preaching, retreat center ministries, parishes, media communications, education, spiritual direction, social justice outreach, and various chaplaincies. Vibrant prayer and community life are hallmark of the Passionist charism. Both U.S. provinces have members serving in foreign countries. Interested in male candidates, age 18-40. Contact us.
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