In a Catholic Worker community, we not only live and work in the same place but that place is also very often messy, crowded and unpredictable.
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.
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?
Fr. Chris went to his eternal reward, just one week short of his 101th 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.
Raising the alarm in a spirit of repentance for our complicity in sins against God's earth and God's poor.
A truly Passionist experience in Botswana which changed the lives of the Sisters.
Community of the Passion members Lya Vollering and John Thornhill co-ordinated a small exhibition of art exploring the themes of 'Love and Suffering'.
"His orange tent is now a small shrine, red sanctuary light burning, a dozen small candles flickering."
A dive into Brother Johannes' work in Calais, and with refugees in London today.