Passionist

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Pas·sion·ist

 (păsh′ə-nĭst)
n.
A member of a Roman Catholic religious order founded in Italy in 1720 by Saint Paul of the Cross (1694-1775) and dedicated to promoting devotion to the Passion of Christ chiefly by missionary work.
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In 1965 Clara was a Charter Member of the Calvary Guild of the Passionist Fathers community.
5 million renovation, making it, according to the Passionist fathers who staff the place, the "greenest church in Canada.
Fr Columba, a priest from the Passionist Fathers who were based at a monastery near the scene of the killing, was sent to Botswana before Bernie's body was discovered in August that year.
At the height of the investigation the Passionist Fathers offered support to Bernie's grief-stricken family.
Archives of the Passionist Fathers, Chicago, sermons of Fr.
Archives of the Passionist Fathers, Chicago, sermons by unknown authors, file 2-A, box 252.
Ann also supported and volunteered at the Calvary Retreat Center of the Passionist Fathers in Shrewsbury.
Hospitals, schools, clinics and health care centers were built in both Christian and Muslim areas by the Catholic Missionaries (Oblates of Mary Immaculate, Marist Brothers, Passionist Fathers, Dominican Sisters, Maryknoll Sisters and more).
347-acre parcel were bought from the Passionist Fathers of Shrewsbury in mid-May for $2.
He was also a past president and member of the former Men's Club at the church and president of the former retreat league of the Passionist Fathers at the church and a former collector with the Bishop's fund.
Donations in her memory may be made to the Passionist Fathers, 59 South St.