Phone: (800) 365-5214
Phone: (757) 523-2900
Address: 1716 Lambert Ct.
Chesapeake, VA 23320

Catholic Passion Ministries

ur vision is to become God’s instrument in this world to help enable Catholics find true joy through the beauty of the faith.

ur mission is to help people fall in love with and be passionate about the Catholic faith.

e intend to accomplish the mission through different means, such as, speaking engagements, seminars, articles, Bible studies, prayer groups, spiritual direction, retreats, pilgrimages, books, tapes, CDs, awareness programs, and workshops. These activities will be directed towards religious and non-religious organizations alike. Please check our “Programs” page for a description of our current offerings.

t Catholic Passion Ministries, we are thankful to the Lord for the opportunity to serve you. Believe us when we tell you, we are passionate about it! God Bless!

– Deacon Adrian Marchi and Suzy Kelly


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