The Sisters of the Cross and Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ, had its origin in Manchester, England during the 19th century. Its foundress, Mother Mary Joseph was a young woman who converted to Catholicism at the time the first Passionist missionaries arrived in England. It arose out of the areas on the margins of the city, from the poor and for the poor of their times.
In recent years, searching in fidelity to our origins, we desire to deepen our option to continue “growing in solidarity with the crucified of today, sharing with them our conviction of the power of the Cross.”
Visit the international web site of The Passionist Sisters.