In Passio #9:
This is Where You Wait: Stories from Calais
For vulnerable refugees in Calais, there is an abundance of waiting to be done. Yet despite the frustrations and suffering involved, the refugee communities abound with youth, elegance and laughter.
Fighting Extractivism in Bolivia & Beyond
The Passionists have recently started supporting TerraJusta, who work alongside communities fighting for environmental justice. Maddie Ryle explains how they got where they are now.
Seeing Suffering: Lya Vollering’s Stations of the Cross
Lya Vollering, from the Minsteracres Eco-Community, recently created a series of sculptures to accompany Tony Wright’s comPASSION: Stations of the Cross for Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse.
The Crucifixion of Place: A View from the City of Culture
The destruction of old St Michael’s, Coventry, was understood to be more than just the loss of bricks and stones—but something more symbolic.
A Quiet Revolution, and the Legacy of Austin Smith House
Photographer Andy Pilsbury shares how his recent film A Quiet Revolution contains its own ecosystem of communities stretching back to the Passionists.