Our involvement in the apostolate flows directly from our life in community. Since we have been called to serve the Church in and through community, we strive to have a special concern for those forms of the apostolate that are enriched by, and in turn nourish, community life.
Jyothir Bhavan is the Central House of Administration for Vice Province, the Vice Provincialate. It is an ideal Place for Retreats, Conferences, Recollection days, Seminars, Courses and for any sort of spiritual upliftment.
Jeevadhama is the prime study house for the Theology students to their pursue vocation to priesthood. The community provides the most enriched form of formation to be a Passionist.
Ashram J.X.P. is the cradle of our Vice Province, our first community residence in India, started in 1981. The primary focus is the formation of the aspirants.
It is a Passionists undertaken Parish, belonging to the Diocese of Kottapuram, Kerala. It is situated at the shore of Arabian Sea, having 430 families of Fishermen Community.
The novitiate aims to aid the candidates to understand more thoroughly the meaning of the Passionist vocation, experience living in the Congregation, and acquire a spirit of apostolic dedication.
Calvary Ashram is a House of On-Going formation for the priests in our Vice-Province. A higher study for the better of the ministries is the main motto of this house.
The Mission Parish of Randham Korattur, is a remote and backward village in the Diocese of Vellore.This parish caters to the spiritual, social and economical upliftment of the people.
We set our foot in Bhopal, capital of Madhya Pradesh in 2002 to nourish the aspiring students with intellectual, Philosophical and cultural involvements.
The Vice-Province sends Passioniststo impart the message of the Cross to different parts of India and abroad. We are proud to be in forefront to send missionaries in solidarity with the other entities of the Congregation and the local church.
St. Gemma Matric. Higher Secondary School was established in the year 1996. We cater the educational needs of 710 students from 57 poor villages in and around the Misssion at Randham Korattur.