A Companion practices and integrates into his or her daily life a spirituality of the Precious Blood. This spirituality transforms the Companion into a person who brings life where people experience death, and gives hope in times of suffering and despair.
A Companion forms a relationship with the community of Missionaries. Through written covenants, Companions walk side by side with the Missionaries, sharing at the table of the Eucharist and striving together to understand how the Spirit is moving us to respond to the needs of the world.
A Companion gives witness to the world as a missionary beyond the Community and the Church and into the world, increasing the circle of God’s love, focusing most especially on those who are poor and marginalized in Church and society.
The Companions of the Missionaries of the Precious Blood are grateful for the continued financial support that we receive from the Kansas City and Cincinnati Provinces.
Precious Blood Companion News
by Vicky Otto, Precious Blood Companions Director My mother had the firm belief throughout her life that if you had a problem to solve or needed advice about something, the best way to do this was to have a cup of tea. She believed that taking a breath while the tea...
On Saturday, November 16, 2019, Companions gathered at St. Mary's Church in Centerville for a Day of Reflection led by Fr. Timothy Armbruster. There was lively conversation about the joys and challenges of the New Creation Process and lots of great ideas for Companion...
Many of the people who attended the Companion Retreat at Saint Charles wanted to share the information that Fr. Tim McFarland presented with their Companion Groups. He has graciously given us a copy of his presentation. Click here to view.