News about the Pauline life

ITALY
May: Book Month

The ninth edition of Maggio dei Libri, Italy’s national campaign to promote reading (an event awaited by thousands of book lovers), officially opened on 23 April, World Book and Copyright Day, and will continue until 31 May, concluding with a Pro-Memoria Festival in Mirandola/Modena from 31 May to 2 June.

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KENYA
Raising Voices

“Offer healthy and protected environments,” this was the recommendation of Cardinal John Njue, Archbishop of Nairobi, at the opening of the meeting of CaPEIA (Association of Catholic Educational Institutions), which took place at the Catholic University of East Africa. The theme of National CaPEIA Week was: Raising Voices; Safeguarding All Children: Our Responsibility. Paulines Publications… Read more »

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ITALY
Turin’s International Book Salon

From 9-13 May, Turin held its annual International Book Salon, with a packed program ranging from meetings aimed at publishing professionals to events dedicated to simple book enthusiasts. The event was a global showcase that turned the spotlight on the world of publishing and culture.

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South Africa
The Internet and Faith

The Daughters of St. Paul of Johannesburg recently held a cultural meeting aimed at proposing a critical reflection on the use of the Internet, taking as a starting point the words of Pope Francis in his Message for World Communications Day 2019: “Ever since the Internet first became available,” says the Pope, “the Church has… Read more »

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BRAZIL
A Pauline Book Center that “Goes Forth”

The Daughters of St. Paul have opened a new apostolic center in Juazeiro do Norte, the third most visited pilgrimage spot in Brazil. The city of Juazeiro was born and developed under the auspices of Fr. Cicero Romão Batista, an extraordinary apostle of northern Brazil, who died in 1934. The place is still strongly tied… Read more »

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KOREA
Peace Concerts

With the purpose of giving glory to God and bringing peace to everyone, the Daughters of St. Paul of Korea have programmed a number of peace and healing book concerts to present the theme of solidarity to all those striving for the well beingof humanity. This project is part of a support program sponsored by… Read more »

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PHILIPPINES
Citation from Radio Veritas Asia

In April, Radio Veritas Asia and Radio Veritas 846, the first Catholic radio station in Asia, cele-brated its 50th anniversary of foundation with a three-day agenda of festivities. On 10 April, a Thanksgiving Mass was held, presided over by Apostolic Nuncio Most Rev. Ga-briele Giordano Caccia, with Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, Archbishop of Manila, as… Read more »

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ITALY
International Congress of the Catholic Biblical Federation: Celebrating 50 Years of Foundation

The Catholic Biblical Federation (CBF) celebrated its International Congress in Rome with the goal of making the Bible always more the center of the lives of believers. This year’s meeting included about ten guest speakers, times of comparison of ideas among the participants and, in closing, a meeting with Pope Francis. The theme of the… Read more »

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CONGO
Revive the Gift of God

In collaboration with the Archdiocese of Lubumbashi, the Daughters of St. Paul of the Congo organized an initiative entitled The Carovan of Jesus as a way of responding to the commitment of the FSPs of Africa-Madagascar to do something for the young people in the places in which we live, especially during this Vocation Year…

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