Compassion for all
Here we share a small part of our story. Click on the links below, or on the navigation bar, to see a little of each Passionist.
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Br Stan hails from Port Lincoln. He has been stationed in St Ives, Hamilton (NZ), Marrickville, Goulburn, St Kilda, and many years in PNG, where he taught trades and skills to the young men.
Fr David has ministered for and wide, both in Australia, and overseas. He has been stationed in Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Brisbane, Mt Gambier, Port Augusta, Adelaide, as well as Untied States of America and Papua New Guinea
“I have many happy memories of all the places in which I was fortunate to be able to serve. However, PNG has been the most significant place for e. It has more lasting and wonderful memories than the other places
Br Mark is proudly South Australian, raised and educated in Adelaide. He has probably had the most far flung ministry, of any Passionist, in Australia. He has ministered in Goulburn, Geelong, Part Augusta (including the Ptijantjatjara Lands, SA) and the Tanami Desert (WA). He has also spent 22 years in the Kimberley’s (WA). Many of those years have been in the Pastoral industry, half of which has been with remote Indigenous communities and towns. A keen and insightful photographer, he also is fond of a day at the cricket.
Fr. Tony was born in Adelaide and after high school set off to St. Ives, Sydney, to begin his life in the Passionists after completing his novitiate in Gouldburn NSW, and then six years of study in Adelaide he was ordained in 1964.
Fr.Tony traveled between Melbourne and Sydney over the years, in the roles of Student Director, Superior and Parish Priest. He was in PNG for eight years, again as Student Director and PP
After returning from PNG he spent some years in Sydney, and then in Melbourne, working in the parish of Paul Apostle, Endeavor Hills he is presently stationed at the Monastery in Adelaide and is engaged in Spiritual Direction