The Passion Flower


We chose this plant to decorate our publications because of its silent witness to the heart of the Christian faith.  The passion flower is a native of southern Brazil and first flowered in England in 1868. The name Passion Flower was given by the first Spanish friars and missionaries to tropical America, who were impressed by the symbolism they saw in the flower.


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