What Do Passionists Do?
As preachers and missionaries, spiritual guides and chaplains, teachers and men of prayer, the road we travel as Passionists is enriching and challenging.
Passionists encourage the people of God to allow the Passion of Jesus to be in their hearts as they seek union with God, especially when they suffer.
In the United States, vowed Passionists preach parish missions and renewals. We welcome those who seek spiritual renewal in Passionist retreat centers; we comfort and console the sick and afflicted in hospitals. Some Passionists provide pastoral care in parishes; others teach and minister in universities. The Passionists are a diverse community, and serve a diversity of people. Wherever possible, vowed Passionists work in conjunction with lay men and women in carrying out their ministries.
If you are a Catholic male, primarily between the ages of 18-50, a resident of the U.S. or Canada, and would like to learn more about the Passionists, please contact us.
Fr. Chris Gibson, CP
St. Vincent Strambi Passionist Community
5417 S. Cornell Avenue
Chicago, IL 60615
Fr. Jim Strommer, CP
Christ the King Passionist Community
6520 Van Maren Lane
Citrus Heights, CA 95621
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