At the service of the ecclesial community and civil society


The Pauline Book Center in Potenza is turning 90 years old, and to commemorate this anniversary our sisters have scheduled a number of cultural events during November and December to underscore the significance of our Pauline presence at the service of the ecclesial community and civil society.

Particularly significant are several liturgical and catechetical formation meetings, organized in collaboration with diocesan offices and city parishes, all of which are following a program derived from some of the publishing guidelines that the founder of the Pauline Family, Blessed James Alberione, left as a “golden road” for the FSPs and SSPs to travel. He said that the Bible, the Liturgy and catechesis should be the great sources of our inspiration and should serve as indicators for our Pauline publishing activities, along with St. Paul’s invitation to the Philippians: “Whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is pleasing, whatever is excellent and whatever is worthy of praise, think about these things” (Phil. 4:8).