News about the Pauline life

ITALY
Turin International Book Fair

The 34th edition of the Turin International Book Fair, entitled Wild Hearts, took place from 19-23 May 2022. The annual Fair selected its roster of themes and events through the lens of the goals of sustainable development, offering the public a map and compass to orient themselves with greater awareness with regard to what is…

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ITALY
Pauline Communications and Culture Award 2022 Honoring the Memory of David Sassoli

On 19 May, the encounter The Church Listens to the City: Journalists and Communicators Pursue the Synodal Path, was held at the Church of the Artists in Rome’s Piazza del Popolo. The event was organized by the Social Communications Office of the Vicariate of Rome in collaboration with the Pauline Communications and Culture Association and…

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MADAGASCAR
Celebrating World Book and Copyright Day

On the occasion of World Book and Copyright Day 2022, the Daughters of St. Paul were invited to an important event for the publishing world, organized by the French Institute of Madagascar. Those invited to participate were publishers who had completed a training course on books for children and young people with the aim of promoting

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ITALY
A Rereading of the Gospel of Mark

On 5 April 2022, our sisters of the Pauline International Media Center in Via Mascherino, Rome, hosted a presentation of a new FSP publication: A Rereading of the Gospel of Mark by Luigino Bruni, an Italian professor and economist.
Moderating the session was Eugenia Scotti, a writer and conductor for Italy’s TV2000 channel.

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NIGERIA
FSPs in the Marketplace

It is wonderful to realize that the Pauline mission is not restricted to a single place or social class. Instead, we carry out an important and valuable apostolate wherever people are to be found. Fr Alberione used to say, “Since many people do not go to church, the Church needs to go to the people.”… Read more »

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KENYA
Bible Journey via Radio Maria

The Radio Maria program Bible Journey, produced and hosted by Sr. Beatrice Wanjiku Njau of the Daughters of St. Paul, aims to help people become familiar with the Word of God and understand its meaning. A practical, in-depth survey of the Bible, it wants to help its listeners and all Christians come to a better…

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GREAT BRITAIN
Stop and pray for peace in Ukraine

From Great Britain, our sisters write: “Since the war in Ukraine broke out, the images dominating our TV screens, social media and newspapers have moved us deeply. In addition to linking up with some local church and social initiatives to provide aid, we and our Book Center employees have been extending an invitation to everyone…

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