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?
As I reflected on who we are and have been as Passionists here in England, I was reassured that for us this statement is deeply real.
A response to empty shelves, and the human proclivity to panic buy and hoard at the expense of others.
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.
Find out more about the varied communities that have grown within the UK Passionist family.
At the heart of Passionist spirituality is contemplation of the Passion the suffering and the Cross - of Jesus Christ. Our spirituality is simple but very, very deep.
We are crucifying God's earth, creating ongoing climate change that will cause disasters that, to make a massive understatement, would completely undermine any practical good work otherwise done. But we can still repent.
Austin Smith House is a Passionist community of prayer, hospitality and resistance. We host up to 6 destitute refugees / asylum seekers, providing a safe welcoming home and community, food and some advocacy.
Maria Skobstova House is a house for volunteers who worked amongst the refugees in the jungle of Calais.
A community of ordinary Christians from all backgrounds and traditions, promoting prayer, hope and action.
Supporting communities harmed by London-based mining companies.