News about the Pauline life

IVORY COAST
Launching the Year of the Bible

The dynamism of the Daughters of St. Paul in Abidjan, Ivory Coast deserves attention. In addition to announcing the PF Year of the Bible in their 2020-2021 Liturgical Calendar, which has a circulation of about 30,000 copies, our sisters have also produced a series of radio programs on the Lectio Divina and a specific interview…

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ITALY
#ioleggoperché

The latest edition of Italy’s national book drive (#ioleggoperché) took place from 21-29 November 2020. (#ioleggoperché is an initiative of the Italian Book Publishers’ Association aimed at expanding and enriching elementary and high-school libraries.) Although the rapid spread of the coronavirus continues to make a profound impact on society, reducing freedom of movement and business…

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Bible Year of the Pauline Family

The FSPs of Nairobi, in union with the rest of the Pauline Family there, have organized a series of events (both in person and via video-conferencing) on 28 November to celebrate the opening of the PF’s Bible Year. Two of the main features of the day will be: – a conference by Fr. William Owire,… Read more »

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ITALY
Opening of the Pauline Family’s Year of the Bible

We are by now on the threshold of the Pauline Family’s Year of the Bible. How will the opening of this appointment with Grace take place? What times of listening, reflection, celebration and formation have been programmed by the Central Commission and the General Governments of the Pauline Family? You can find this information on… Read more »

MADAGASCAR
Inauguration of the Fianarantsoa Book Center

Our delegation of Madagascar has opened its fourth Pauline Book Center in the country, this one in the diocese of Fianarantsoa. The locale was inaugurated on 31 October 2020 by Right Reverend Vincent Rakotozafy, Bishop of Fort-Dauphin. In her welcome speech, Sr. Solange Randrianirina, Delegation Superior, reminded everyone that a Pauline book center is by… Read more »

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KENYA
Online Seminar

Taking advantage of digital forms of communication, the Daughters of St. Paul of Nairobi organized an online seminar on the theme of mission to the people to help raise awareness about World Mission Day. The event, in which more than 600 people participated, was an excellent opportunity to address the challenges of Covid-19 by placing… Read more »

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ITALY
Literary Festival in Mantua

For the third consecutive year, the members of our FSP Book Center in Mantua participated in Festivaletteratura, the city’s annual Literature Festival. The 5-day program, which featured input by authors from all over the world, consisted of about 200 events, which are usually held in historical locations throughout the city. But this year, due to…

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KOREA
Hyehwa Namu: New Apostolic Center in Seoul

The Daughters of St. Paul of Korea reflected at length on the possibility of building a new apostolic Center in Seoul and their dream has finally come true. After leaving their old premises, located in a central but not functional part of the city, they built a new multimedia center in the most cultural and… Read more »

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ITALY
Remembering Fr. Bartolomeo Sorge, sj

The Daughters of St. Paul remember with affection and gratitude Fr. Bartolomeo Sorge, sj, who was called to heaven today. A person of profound faith, deeply in love with Mary, “Mother of Divine Grace,” a keen and forthright observer of ecclesial and civil life, he was for the Daughters of St. Paul a wise teacher,… Read more »

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ITALY
Formation Course: DigitalMente Paoline

In harmony with our Chapter Document, which directs us to “facilitate moments of formation and updating on the digital media so as to make the most of the perspectives that they offer to evangelization” (CD 45.3), our Italian Province has programmed a course entitled DigitalMente Paoline–a formative proposal of the Provincial Government in the…

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