Missionaries of Mercy Travel to Rome

Missionaries of Mercy Travel to Rome

In one sense, all Missionaries of the Precious Blood, just by the nature of their charism, are missionaries of mercy. But in 2016, Pope Francis opened the door to priests becoming a Missionary of Mercy, taking on a special role in the Church. And now, that opportunity...
Freely Given, Gratefully Received

Freely Given, Gratefully Received

By Fr. Jeffrey Kirch, C.PP.S. Today is the Solemnity of the Precious Blood, a day on which the Church around the world gives thanks for the limitless generosity of Jesus, who poured out his Precious Blood for us. For us Missionaries, for our Companions and for the...
Am I Free Enough to Let Go?

Am I Free Enough to Let Go?

By Fr. Angelo Anthony, C.PP.S. One of my favorite stories from author and theologian Henri Nouwen has to do with a conversation he had with one of the famous flying Rodleighs, trapeze artists who perform in the German circus. Rodleigh was the flyer in the act, and he...
PBSI Names New Director

PBSI Names New Director

The newly formed Precious Blood Spirituality Institute (PBSI) has a lot to offer to people of faith, says its newly appointed executive director, Vicky Otto. One of the most valuable might be creating a space where people can meet each other in a place where all are...
Am I Free Enough to Let Go?

We Are What We Eat

By Fr. Tim McFarland, C.PP.S. Years ago, an advertising campaign used the phrase “you are what you eat.” That came to mind today on this Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ. In fact, some suggest that this phrase has its origins in early popular Catholic thought...
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