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  A Newly Professed Nun’s Reflection
  Is That All There Is? Sr. Mary Veronica, C.P.
  Surprising Turns to Calvary, Sr. Mary Elizabeth, C.P.
  What does being a Passionist Nun mean to me? Sister Catherine Marie, C.P.
  From The Novitiate

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Passionist Nuns Monastery at 15700 Clayton Road, Ellisville, MO 63011-2300 US - Home

Who Are We?
(Please review "The Message From Mother" below and "From The Novitiate" in the Vocation Stories section for monthly updates.)

  Nuns of the Passion of Jesus Christ, cloistered contemplative nuns, founded by St. Paul of the Cross, May 3, 1771 in Corneto, Italy. With the Church, we are called to the Sign of the Love of Jesus Christ for the Father and for mankind by a life of Prayer, Solitude, Penance and Community. In full habit and professing our 5-fold Vows – Devotion to and grateful remembrance of the Passion, Chastity, Poverty, Obedience and Enclosure, we offer unceasing prayer and joyful penance in love and fidelity to the Church and the Holy Father - - certain of contributing to the fullness of the Church’s presence to mankind.


Message From Mother:

A reminder about the annual Passionist Auxiliary Mass and Brunch: Wednesday, September 24(Feast of St. Vincent Mary Strambi) with Mass at 10am. We Nuns are looking forward to seeing you all!


Mass Times in our Chapel(Open to the Public):
      Monday Through Friday: 6:30am
      Saturday & Sunday: 7:30am

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament:
       All Fridays (except Christmas Day and Good Friday from 7:00am to 4:00pm) 


Our Sign  

May the Passion of Christ be always in our hearts.

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