Missionaries of the Precious Blood share their spirituality and Community life with lay associates called Companions. Companion groups have been formed throughout the United States, usually in areas where the Missionaries are in ministry and are well known. These Companions are committed to understanding the history, mission and spirituality of the Missionaries of the Precious Blood.

Companion groups meet monthly for times of prayer and reflection based on themes of Precious Blood spirituality: reconciliation through the Blood of Jesus, service to the poor and forsaken, and hospitality. Companions are also invited to C.PP.S. events, such as retreats, assemblies and celebrations.

Today, there are nearly 500 Companions in the United States Province. Companion groups are located in the Midwest (Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Wisconsin and Iowa) as well as in Florida and California. Companions feel united with the Missionaries in their missions, ministry and prayer life.

For more information, visit the Companions website.

To contact the Companions Director:

Eileen Givens

Links of Interest:
Missionaries of the Precious Blood