News about the Pauline life

UNITED STATES
Month of the Word

To celebrate the Month of the Word, the FSPs of St. Louis, Missouri, organized an exposition of the Gospel and Acts of the Apostles–one of the 7 volumes of the Heritage Edition of the Bible. This special edition of the Word of God is the first hand-written, hand-illuminated Bible to be realized in the 500… Read more »

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GERMANY
Frankfurt Book Fair 2017

Daughters of St. Paul from various parts of the world traveled to Germany to participate in the Frankfurter Buchmesse (the world’s most important Book Fair), which took place from 10-15 October 2017. Almost 8,000 publishers from 100 different countries, as well as translators, writers, printers and mass-media experts took part in this huge international event,… Read more »

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CONGO
Bible Day

“From here I want to enlighten….” These words of the Divine Master to Fr. Alberione, reinforced by the invitation of Pope Francis to celebrate a special day dedicated to the Scriptures, inspired our sisters of the Congo to organize meetings in several Kinshasa parishes so as to help people read the Word of God and… Read more »

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KOREA
Collective Summer Diffusion

Every year, our sisters of Korea carry out a month-long missionary experience in the sphere of collective diffusion. This year, ten sisters and three novices visited the diocese of Masan, located in the southern part of the country. It is a relatively small diocese of about 175,300 people, divided into 73 parishes. Our sisters chose… Read more »

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GHANA
Contributing to the Formation of Future Priests

From Kumasi, the second-largest city of Ghana, known as the Garden City thanks to the numerous species of flowers and plants in the surrounding area, the members of our new FSP foundation there write: “We visited St. Gregory Major Seminary to hold a book display and today we went back to give all the seminarians… Read more »

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ITALY
Annual Assembly of Local Superiors

The FSP Italian Province recently held its annual assembly of local superiors on the theme: The Community: A Place in which To Share the Word and Live in Mutual Love. The encounter gave the participants a chance to reflect on different aspects of FSP communitarian and apostolic life, discuss a number of positive and negative… Read more »

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ITALY
A Month Dedicated to the Word

A month dedicated to reading, relishing and rediscovering Sacred Scripture and searching for new ways to disseminate it: this is the initiative proposed by the Pauline Family of Albano, present in the diocese for more than 50 years. The project, which is being carried out in collaboration with other groups in the area, was launched… Read more »

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ITALY
A Sunday Dedicated to Sacred Scripture

Welcoming the invitation of Pope Francis to devote one Sunday of the current liturgical year to the Word of God in a special way, the Pauline Family and the St. Egidio Community of Italy joined forces to fulfill the Pope’s dream. The event they organized was celebrated on 24 September, the Sunday closest to 30… Read more »

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BOLIVIA
International Book Fair in La Paz

The 22nd International Book Fair held in La Paz featured the countries of Latin America as special guests. Participating in the event were Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Mexico and Peru, as well as GRULAC, a Latin American and Caribbean cultural group. The Daughters of St. Paul took part in this important publishing event by… Read more »

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TAIWAN
Golden Melody Awards

At the 28th Golden Melody Awards, a contest of traditional music and culture, the Best Religious Album Prize was awarded to the CD, God of the Mountain, produced by the FSPs of our East Asia Delegation. The CD is a collection of instrumental music (flute, guitar, piano and drums) combined with recitations, chants, hymns and… Read more »

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