Apr 19 2016
Pope Francis deliberately mentioned Thomas Merton and Dorothy Day during his address to the U.S. Congress. This is a list of resources showing why.Learn more
Apr 19 2016
Resources provided as preparation for the June 14-16 annual province assembly of the Passionist Family of Holy Cross Province at St. Paul of the Cross Retreat Center in Detroit, Michigan.Learn more
Feb 02 2016
Resources to learn about Palestine and Israel conflicts from a faith perspective.Learn more
In January 2016, Fr. Rey Carvyn Ondap, C.P. was named Coordinator of the new formed JPIC Commission of the Passionist Asia Pacific Configuration. This young priest takes on a daunting role, but his energy, dedication, and his track record of activism all point to Fr. Rey’s ability to further the mission of the Passionist JPIC: “to “defend the rights of the most vulnerable and exploited sector of the society.” In this new position, Fr. Rey will take on many challenges in Philippine society, such as environmental destruction, banishment of indigenous peoples, and the violation of workers’ rights, especially farmers.
Alex has been working with at risk populations and people on the margins for over forty years. This passion is formed from the belief that "people can be changed by the love of Christ on the cross."
Throughout history these heroes— lay and religious, male and female, Christian and non-Christian— have stretched the very soul of humanity..
Foundational to the ecological crisis we are unleashing on this planet is our understanding of who we are and what is our purpose within the Cosmos, and particularly within the community of life that makes up Planet Earth.
Father Rick is a doctor, priest and community organizer who has been living and working in Haiti for over 25 years. He is the founder of the St. Luke Foundation, an entirely Haitian run organization with over 2,000 full time employees. He is also Director of Medical Services, Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos™ International.
Fr. Enzo Del Brocco, cp works with Fr. Rick Frechette in Haiti with the poor and marginalized. This is the powerful and moving story about a child that was nearly lost to us.