The Congregation of the Passion of the Lord (CP) founded by Saint Paul of the Cross is a convent more widely known as:

The Jesuits
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The Passionists
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The Camaldoles
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The Benedictines
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The Passionists are a Roman Catholic religious institute founded by Saint Paul of the Cross with a special emphasis on the Passion of Jesus Christ. Professed members use the initials C.P. after their names. A known symbol of the congregation is the labeled emblem of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, surmounted by a cross and is often sewn into the clothing attire of its congregants.
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