Blessed Nicéforo de Jesús y María (Vicente Díez Tejerina) was born in 1893 and Blessed Juan Pedro de San Antonio (José María Bengoa Aranguren) in 1890. Both were born in » Continue Reading.
St. Gabriel’s life reveals that a profound love for the Mother of Sorrows is of the very essence of the Passionist charism, for it was Mary who appeared to young » Continue Reading.
A spiritual daughter of St. Paul of the Cross, Gemma Galgani’s life carries a great message for all Passionists. To be called to be a Passionist is a calling “to » Continue Reading.
On June 3, 2007, in St. Peter’s Square, with sheets of rain battering even the sturdiest of umbrellas, Pope Benedict XVI elevated a humble priest, a Passionist named Charles Houben, » Continue Reading.
The cause for beatification of murdered Passionist missionary, Fr. Carl Schmitz, CP, was begun in the Philippines on April 26, 2004, the 60th anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood. A » Continue Reading.
Blessed Lorenzo Maria of St. Francis Xavier (Salvi) was born in Rome on October 30, 1782. He professed the Passionist Rule on November 20, 1802 at the age of 20 » Continue Reading.
Dominic was born to a poor family of Italian farmers in 1792. Orphaned at the tender age of eight, an uncle and aunt raised him in the town of Merlano. » Continue Reading.
At Maria Goretti’s canonization by Pope Pius XII on June 24, 1950, some 500,000 people, mostly young men and women, were in attendance. Maria’s life and death had come to » Continue Reading.
Born in 1745 in Civitavecchia, the port city of Rome, Italy, Vincent Strambi was an only child who lived a devout life as a youth thanks to the example of » Continue Reading.
Father Carl Schmitz, C.P., Holy Cross Province (1917- 1988) http://passionistindia.com/saints.html (other details found) Bishop Cuthbert O’Gara, C.P., (1886-1968) Called a “dry martyr “by Bishop Fulton Sheen www.cpprovince.org/archives/bios/5/5-13c.php Fathers Walter Coveyou, » Continue Reading.