Passionist Nuns Become a "Congregation"

 
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Hello out there in cyberspace! Have you heard the news?

What news, you ask?

The REALLY BIG news, of course!

Just over three years ago, in 2015, the superiors of Passionist Nuns monasteries from around the world met in Rome and discerned the need to form a juridical structure of communion. This structure of communion was intended to respect the autonomy of the individual monasteries, while facilitating mutual assistance and unity of spirit, strengthening the precious charism entrusted to us by the Holy Spirit through the heart of our founder, St. Paul of the Cross.

These three years of much prayer, work, and dialog on this important work in the revitalization of the Passionist Nuns, have borne their first fruits: On June 29, 2018, the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life formally erected the structure of communion, called a “Monastic Congregation,” approving its statutes.

Read more about this historic event here!

 Sr. Mary Magdalen shows off the new General Statues of the Congregation of the Nuns of the Passion of Jesus Christ

Sr. Mary Magdalen shows off the new General Statues of the Congregation of the Nuns of the Passion of Jesus Christ