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Precious Blood Vocations
We are a “Society of Apostolic Life,” priests and brothers sharing a common mission of service to the Church, living a community life, sustained by a spirituality of the Blood of Christ. These three pillars—mission, community, and spirituality—support our life and work together.
Inspired by our founder, St. Gaspar, the Missionaries of the Precious Blood envision a community where priests, brothers, and lay people—called “Companions”—unite to become voices that proclaim the Most Precious Blood of Christ. Their lives of service and ministry in the world are a vital witness to the power of the blood of Christ given so freely to all the people of God.
Precious Blood Volunteers is a ministry of the Kansas City Province. Precious Blood Volunteers will help you grow in your faith, and discern your life calling, while you serve people living in poverty.
by Vicky Otto, Precious Blood Companion Director Congratulations to Celina Companion Charlie Salway who will be ordained a Permanent Deacon this month! Charlie becomes the fifth permanent deacon who is a Companion. We are grateful [...]
Former National Catholic Reporter editor reconnects with his Precious Blood roots to lead programming and marketing efforts for reconciliation center. Having a lifetime relationship with the Precious Blood community and utilizing over thirty years of [...]
Lina Guerrero (2018), a current Precious Blood Volunteer, with Sister Donna Liette, C.PP.S. at Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation. We join in celebrating International Women’s Day by sharing reflections from current Precious Blood [...]
by Elizabeth Heule and Dennis Coday Precious Blood Renewal Center’s vision is to be a safe and sacred place where transformation is allowed to take place. As we began our process of development and [...]
by Tim Deveney, Precious Blood Volunteers Director Suspension bridge on Annapurna Circuit in Nepal In my mid-20s I lived and worked in Kathmandu, Nepal as a volunteer teacher. During breaks, I had opportunities [...]