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The Sisters of the Cross and Passion are an international congregation.
This was the beginning of the Sisters of the Cross and Passion.
In time the Sisters of the Cross and Passion became best known for their many schools and colleges.
The college was founded by the Order of the Sisters of the Cross and Passion in 1908.
Mount St Joseph School was established in 1902 by the Sisters of the Cross and Passion.
Elizabeth Prout, foundress of the religious order, the Sisters of the Cross and Passion, is also buried with them.
Two religious congregations, the Sisters of the Cross and Passion and the Franciscan Missionaries of St Joseph (the Rescue Nuns) were founded in the diocese.
In 1920 the Sisters of the Cross and Passion purchased Williamfield Estate on Kilwinning Road in the town to act as a convent and school which they staffed.
In 1929 the Sisters of the Cross and Passion, part of the Passionist family, moved from Buttermarket Street in Warrington to Bruche Hall close to the church.
The Briery Retreat Centre is owned and run by the Sisters of the Cross and Passion, an international Congregation founded in Manchester, England in 1851 by Elizabeth Prout.
The Passionist Sisters (the Sisters of the Cross and Passion) is an institute founded in 1850 by Father Gaudentius Rossi, an early Passionist priest, as a convent for factory girls.
For us Passionists the mystery of Jesus in his passion, death and resurrection, has a singular significance in prayer St. Gemma's Hospice was founded by the Sisters of the Cross and Passion.
Apostolic women and men: Active in the Church's life, eg Sisters of Mercy, Sisters of the Cross and Passion, O.M.I. brothers and religious priests, John of God brothers.
Sisters of the Cross and Passion (also known as the Passionist Sisters) is a Roman Catholic religious institute founded in 19th-century Manchester, England, by Elizabeth Prout, later called Mother Mary Joseph.
The Sisters of the Cross and Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ was founded in Manchester, England during the 19th century, by Elizabeth Prout (known in religion as Mother Mary Joseph).
Canon Hogan could not buy it, nor could the diocese, but while he was in Auchinleck Canon Hogan had worked with the Sisters of the Cross and Passion who had schools in Waterside, Birnieknowe and Ayr.
Located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence, The Prout School was founded in 1966 by the Sisters of the Cross and Passion of Manchester, England and named after Mother Mary Joseph Prout, the order's founder.
Ten years after her death the sisters were given permission to wear the sign of the Passionists on their habit and their name was changed to the "Sisters of the Cross and Passion" thus completing the work of Mother Mary Joseph and Father Ignatius.