News about the Pauline life

ITALY
The “100-Year Smile” of Sr Maria Claudia Sartor

On Sunday, 19 January, the Daughters of St. Paul of our two Alba communities and the relatives of Sr. Maria Claudia Sartor gathered together to participate in a Eucharistic Celebration commemorating the 100th birthday of our sister, who was born on 22 January 1920 in Villanova Istrana (Treviso). To further enrich this anniversary, Sr Maria… Read more »

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ITALY
Opening of the Diocesan Process for the Canonization of Antonietta Gaudalupi, Annunciationist

8 January 2020 was a special day for the Annunciationists of the Pauline Family because it marked the opening of the Diocesan process for the Canonization of Antonietta Guadalupi (1947-2001), an Annunciationist who worked for many years at the National Cancer Institute in Milan, Italy. Antonietta was vivacious and creative woman who dedicated her life… Read more »

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Swahili Lectionary

The Daughters of St. Paul of Nairobi have published a Swahili Lectionary–a work of great significance for the Catholic Church of Kenya and other nations that use the same language. The Lectionary uses the text of the Biblia ya Kiafrika, published by our sisters of Nairobi with the approval of the Kenya Bishops’ Conference …

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INDIA
Musical Performance for Christmas

Every year the Daughters of St. Paul of Bandra hold a musical performance in various parishes and schools of the Archdiocese of Mumbai in preparation for Christmas. Organized and performed by the Postulants, the program this year consisted of a wide variety of songs, including the angel’s announcement to Mary, the birth of Jesus, the… Read more »

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ITALY
90 Years of FSP Presence in Palermo

The Daughters of St. Paul arrived in Palermo from far-away Alba on 28 November 1929, sent by our Founders, Fr. Alberione and Maestra Thecla, to initiate the “apostolate of the good press.” They began their mission in simplicity and poverty–“from Bethlehem,” as Fr. Alberione always said. Many of the citizens of Palermo joyfully participated in… Read more »

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KENYA
Opening of the Year of the Bible

The First Sunday of Advent marked the beginning of the Year of the Bible organized by the Catholic Biblical Federation. The Daughters of St. Paul accepted the invitation of Fr. Abel Njeri, sdb, to animate the Eucharistic Celebrations launching that event in Mary Help of Christians parish, of which he is the pastor. In addition… Read more »

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ANGOLA
Year of the Word of God

In 2018 the Daughters of St. Paul of Angola launched a course entitled The Bible in Community so as to offer the laity systematic formation on the Bible. Guided by the FSP Biblical Animation Service of our Brazilian Province, the purpose of the initiative is to help people get to know the Word of God… Read more »

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ITALY
More Books, More Freedom

From 4-8 December, the 18th edition of More Books, More Freedom, Italy’s National Fair for Small and Medium-Sized Publishing Houses, took place in Rome. The 5-day Fair, promoted and organized by the Italian Publishers Association, is a cultural initiative recognized both nationally and internationally. This year more than 520 exhibitors from all over the country…

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INDIA
World Communications Day

About 55 participants from 19 Catholic schools and Institutions in the Archdiocese of Mumbai attended a Symposium organized by the Daughters of St. Paul for principals and teachers to mark Communications Sunday. An intellectual and experience-based sharing took place on two relevant topics: World Communications Day 2019 theme: From Social Network Communities to the Human

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PHILIPPINES
Conclusion of the 80th Anniversary of Foundation

The Daughters of St. Paul concluded their 80th Anniversary of Foundation celebrations in the Philippines with a solemn Eucharistic Liturgy presided over by Fr. Rollin Flores, SSP Provincial Superior.             Among the symbols carried to the altar were the flags of the four countries that make up the Province (Philippines, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Thailand),… Read more »

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