Passionist definition

  • noun:
    • a part of a Roman Catholic religious purchase established in Italy in 1720 by Saint Paul of Cross (1694-1775) and aimed at marketing devotion towards enthusiasm of Christ mainly by missionary work.
    • A member of a Roman Catholic religious institute with a special increased exposure of the Passion of Jesus Christ.
    • a part of a religious order established in Italy in 1737, and launched to the US in 1852. The members of your order unite the austerities for the Trappists with the activity and zeal associated with the Jesuits and Lazarists. Called in addition Barefooted Clerks of the most extremely Holy Cross.
    • an associate of a Roman Catholic order, known as entirely “Congregation associated with the Discaleed Clerks of the very most holy Cross and love of your Lord Jesus Christ.”

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