Are there limits to solidarity, when there is honest disagreement on tactics or principle? Fr Martin Newell suggests we should err on the side of supporting one another.
Apr 25 2023
Passionist priest Fr Martin Newell offers a wake-up call to the 'signs of the times': that the age of mind-boggling material growth is over. As people of faith in particular, are we ready? How will we approach the challenges to come?
Feb 24 2023
In the face of life's evil and suffering, it is only possible to believe in a loving God, if that God is ‘on the scaffold’ too, alongside us.
Apr 02 2021
Standing at the foot of the cross may seem fruitless, but it is important, and significant. To speak this way is to speak of a deep unity, a deep communion, with others.
Mar 10 2021
"As I reflect on who we are and have been as Passionists here in England, I feel sure that for us this statement is deeply real."
Aug 28 2020
Who was Paul Francis Danei, and how did he become the founder of the Passionists?
Aug 04 2020
How are non-violence and pacifism, and specifically the non-violent love of the Cross, 'good news' for those on the margins of society?
Jul 21 2020
A long time ago, someone said that to understand John Sherrington, you always have to remember that he was an artist first.
Feb 20 2020
Martin Newell reflects on one of his key inspirations for seeing the ministry of Jesus through the perspective of non-violent activism.
Mar 21 2019
From their origins, known as 'The Poor of Jesus', up to today, Passionists have followed a semi-monastic life centred around the revelation of God's love.
Feb 14 2019
We are crucifying God's earth, creating ongoing climate change that will cause disasters that, to make a massive understatement, would completely undermine any practical good work otherwise done. But we can still repent.
Jan 14 2019
Reflections on the 'daily martyrdom' of averting evil
Nov 01 2018