News about the Pauline life

ITALY
100 Years of Life and 80 years of Pauline Religious Consecration

On 18 July, Sr. Santina Dell’Aquila celebrated her 100th birthday, surrounded by the affection of her companions (the members of the James Alberione community, Albano, Rome) and neighboring FSP communities, together with the Institute’s Superior General, Sr. Anna Caiazza, and Provincial Superior, Sr Annunciata Bestetti. The solemn EucharisticCelebration was presided over by the Superior General… Read more »

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INDIA
During the Covid-19 Pandemic…

During these past few months characterized by the COVID-19 lockdown, the FSPs of India have been very active. Besides promoting their publications online and via Amazon, they have been carrying out many initiatives on their PaulinesIndia YouTube Channel. These activities include: – messages of hope to netizens: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jmZndfRP-4 ; – prayers in local languages: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9hmpgbKiW0;… Read more »

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ITALY
Live Events on Facebook

In this time of Covid-19, the Press Office of the FSP Italian province, in synergy with social networks and the managers of the circumscription’s editorial sector, organized three events live on the Pauline Facebook page: – A meeting with Father Gaetano Piccolo, sj, the new dean of the Faculty of Philosophy of the Pontifical Gregorian… Read more »

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KOREA
Apostolic Planning During the Pandemic

In order to address the pandemic crisis and offer support to people in search of hope, the FSPs of Korea have been concentrating in a special way on the apostolic possibilities of the digital world. Striving to foster the prayer life of social network users, they have produced several videos: on prayer, the Way of… Read more »

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PHILIPPINES
Prayer Cards and Rosaries for Front-liners and Covid-19 Patients

The Sisters of Regina Apostolorum Community, Pasay City, have been showing their support to medical front-liners and Covid19 patients by sending them handmade cards with messages of hope and assurance of God’s love during this time of pandemic. Using colored paper and cardboard, the Sisters created beautiful handcrafted cards and penned on them their messages… Read more »

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UNITED STATES
Apostolic Activities in the Time of COVID-19

During this time of COVID-19, we have quickly re-organized our apostolate so as to reach out to people digitally. Here are some of the projects currently underway: – We created a hashtag #spiritualcommunion and many of our initiatives appear under that. The webpage is: http://pauline.org/Portals/0/spiritual-communion.html – Using com technology to stream on Facebook, we appear… Read more »

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COLOMBIA-ECUADOR
Coronavirus, Apostolate and Social Networks

The FSPs of Colombia-Ecuador have been carrying out many apostolic initiatives during the coronavirus pandemic. They signed an agreement with Hipertexto (a company that markets books and e-books on 60 platforms) to distribute 39 FSP titles under the slogan of a campaign entitled #YoLeoyAyudoDesdeCasa. This initiative, which runs from April to June, is donating 10%… Read more »

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ITALY
Reaching People Where They Live and Work

“That you may tell your children and grandchildren” (Ex. 10:2): Life Becomes History–this is the theme of the 54th World Communications Day, which will be celebrated on 24 May. This year too, the event found the FSPs and SSPs of Italy eager to organize initiatives aimed at helping people get to know the importance of… Read more »

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UNITED STATES
Online Vocation Retreat

Every year, the USA/ESC Province holds a Holy Week vocation discernment retreat (usually attended by 6-12 young women) in the provincial house in Boston. Since the retreat could not be held with the physical presence of the participants this year, our sisters decided to try an online version of it. The upcoming event, announced via… Read more »

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