1864 Membership Statistics St. Paul of the Cross Province from The Catholic Directory

Diocese of Pittsburgh

Bishops Council: listed as member is Very Rev. J. Dominic Tarlattini, Passionist

Birmingham: St. Michael’s, German, -Rev. Luke Baudinelli, Rector, Rev. James Hoffzugott, Passionists.

[p. 76] B. Paul of the Cross, Passionist Fathers

[p. 79] Passionist Monastery, near Birmingham (Buchanan P.O. Allegheny Co.)
V. Rev. John Dominic Tarlattini, Superior;
Rev. Anthony Calandri, Master of Novices;
Rev. John Baptist Baudinelli Vice-Superior;
Rev. James Hooffzugott,
Rev. Luke Baudinelli,
Rev. Libertatus Brunelli,
Rev. Vincent Naylor.
Rev. Faustinius Sorgenti.
There are four students, and five choir novices, eight professed lay-brothers, and two lay novices.

Diocese of Buffalo

[p. 105] Dunkirk: Rev. John Baptist Baudenilli, Sup.

[p. 107] St. Mary’s Retreat, (Passionist) Dunkirk, Rev. John Baptist Baudenilli, Rector

Rev. Thos. Stefanini. Rev. Andrew McGurgan, Rev. Frederick Lang, Rev. Martin Meagher, Rev. Charles Lang, Rev. William Geagen, Rev. Basil Keating, and several lay-brothers.

Diocese of Newark

[p.117] West Hoboken, Hudson, Co. Our Lady of Mercy, Rev. Father Victor, and the other Passionist Fathers of the Community.

[p. 116] Bergen Point, Bergen Co., St. Mary’s (Stella Maris), attended from the Passionist Monastery, West-Hoboken; English Neighborhood, Hudson Co., attended from West Hoboken; Greenville, Hudon Co., St. Paul’s, attended from West-Hoboken

St. Michael’s Retreat (Passionists) West Hoboken, N.J.:
Very Rev. Th.Gaudentius Rossi, First Provincial Consultor
Rev. Victor Carunchio, Rector;
Rev. Stanislaus Parezyk,
Rev. Faustinus Sergente,
Rev. Timothy Pacetti,
Rev. Eusebius Lotis,
Rev. Vitalian Lilla,
Rev. Nilus Mastrojanni,
and several lay brothers