As members of the family, we are all keepers of the story – Paul Daneo’s story, the Passionists' story and our Holy Cross Province's story, all unfolding within God’s story.
Let us know what you think of the stories so far and if there are stories you would like told or heard.
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Companions on the Journey: Passionists and Community
As human beings, we are made for community.
What does it mean to create PASSIONIST community? What does the Passionist community look like to others? What did community mean in the past, what does it mean at this moment in time and what does it mean to dream our Passionist community into the future?
The Experience of the Cross
The Passionist Sign: Our Shared Story
What does the Passionist sign mean to you? We invite you to listen to the shared stories of our Passionist Family as the Passionist Sign continues to speak to us today.
Coming to America: Risk and Grace
In 1852, the pioneer group of four Passionist priests arrived in America from Rome to form the first Passionist Community in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Hear the stories of three of our Passionists of Holy Cross Province who have come to the United States and how their journey has been instrumental in living the charism.
At Christmas, the Passionists of Holy Cross Province Family sends you peace, hope and joy from around the world.
Faithfulness: First Week of Advent
The first week of Advent, we tell the story of Passionist Faithfulness. Both St. Gemma Galgani and our Passionist family in Birmingham, Alabama, represent our historic past and our present.
Companions on the Journey
St. Paul of the Cross sought companions when founding the congregation called “The Poor of Jesus.” The Passionists of Holy Cross Province continue to gather companions who share in the charism. We give thanks for the gift of our Passionist family.
Feast of St. Paul of the Cross
Every year the Feast of St. Paul of the Cross invites us to remember how we came here and to find within our story our unfolding present. The balance of contemplation of the Passion and companionship with the crucified.