News about the Pauline life

PHILIPPINES
52nd World Communications Day

To celebrate World Communications Day 2018 the Daughters of St. Paul and Society of St. Paul organized a day-long symposium entitled Fake News and the Pope, held in the FSP Alberione Auditorium in Pasay City. The annual celebration was attended by more than 200 people, including representatives of the clergy, men and women religious, seminarians,… Read more »

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PAKISTAN
A unique and exciting experience

For the first time, the Church of Lahore has granted the Paulines the permission to carry out a book mission in the Catholic schools.  It was a fruitful and enriching experience, seeing first-hand the students’ hunger for reading materials and thirst for knowledge.  The teachers and the pupils expressed their appreciation for the rich Pauline… Read more »

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ITALY
International Book Fair

The 31st International Book Fair took place in Turin May 10-14.  A cultural festival along with a huge temporary bookshop, the Fair is a hub for meetings and events dedicated to the amateur public and to professionals in the sector. The theme chosen for 2018 is summarized in the phrase: One day, all this…. in… Read more »

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ITALY
Week of Communications

On the initiative of the Society of Saint Paul and the Daughters of Saint Paul, the 13th edition of the Week of Communications, dedicated to the theme Fake news and a journalism of peace, took place in Italy May 6-13. As always, the very heart of the Week is the Communications Festival, which this year… Read more »

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KOREA
At the school of… Apostolato Stampa

From April 13 to 27, 2018, the Daughters of St. Paul of Korea, guided by Sr. Anna Caiazza, general councilor for the apostolate, embarked on a fascinating “journey” within the pages of Apostolato Stampa, a text published in 1933 by Fr. James Alberione and used by him for lessons on the apostolate given to his… Read more »

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World Book and Copyright Day

The World Book and Copyright Day was founded under the patronage of UNESCO in 1996 to promote reading, publication of books and copyright protection. April 23rd was chosen as the commemorative day, the date on which three writers, considered pillars of universal culture, died in 1616: Miguel de Cervantes, William Shakespeare and Garcilaso de la… Read more »

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POLAND
Bible for the president of Poland

On the liturgical solemnity of the Annunciation, a delegation from the Pauline Family took part in the Holy Mass at the chapel of the presidential palace in Warsaw.  The President of the Republic of Poland, Andrzej Duda, was offered as tribute the Jubilee “Pauline” Bible. The Jubilee Pauline Bible contained a special dedication: Here are… Read more »

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KOREA
40th Anniversary of Ut Unum Sint

To celebrate the Mass of thanksgiving in honor of the 40th anniversary of the foundation of Ut Unum Sint, the Daughters of St. Paul invited Bishop Giobbe Koo Yobi together with teachers, benefactors, collaborators and students. With the motto That all may be one, Ut Unum Sint was founded in 1978 as an answer to… Read more »

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ITALY
The Joy of Rediscovering Family!

On Sunday, April 15, the meeting of the Provincial Governments of the Institutes of the Pauline Family took place in Rome, in Via A. Severo: Society of St. Paul, Daughters of St. Paul, Pious Disciples of the Divine Master, Sisters of Jesus the Good Shepherd and the Apostoline Sisters. An appointment that is renewed annually… Read more »

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PUERTO RICO
New Virtual Book Center

After several months of programming and intense work, the FSPs of Puerto Rico have now launched their renovated online book center: www.paulinaspr.com, which has been updated with regard to language and content. Through this online presence and their intense activity on social networks, our sisters, together with their collaborators, hope to reach a greater number… Read more »

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