News about the Pauline life

BRAZIL
90 Years of Foundation

The celebrations for the 90th anniversary of the presence of the Paulines in Brazil have begun: 90 years of mission. Hundreds of young girls have consecrated their lives to proclaim the Word of God, have opened their hearts to welcome and announce the message of the Gospel through the media, in the most distant places… Read more »

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ITALY
The Gospel in the Prisons of Ferrara

The celebration of the Pauline Family’s Biblical Year has given an upsurge – in the hearts of the Daughters of St Paul of the Ferrara community – to the desire and willingness to reach out to prisoners – including all the staff –with the gift of 350 Gospels, confident that this gift will be a… Read more »

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BOLIVIA
The seed falls in willing hearts

With great commitment, the Daughters of St Paul of the Pauline community in La Paz, organised vocational meetings virtually through Facebook and WhatsApp. Young people from various Latin American countries responded to the invitation: Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Paraguay, Argentina, Peru and Nicaragua. The experience proved to be significant for those young people who feel… Read more »

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ITALY
We celebrate 104 years of Sr Vincenza Salvà

On Sunday 11 July, in the community of Albano/Tecla Merlo, Sr Vincenza Salvà, the oldest sister of the Congregation and, it seems, also of the Pauline Family, celebrated her 104 years of life, surrounded by the affection of the sisters of her community and those nearby. During the Eucharistic celebration, a hymn of praise and… Read more »

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Pakistan
Mission near the border of Afghanistan

We wish to share this letter received from Pakistan which describes the missionary courage of the Daughters of St. Paul in this Muslim country which is among the most populous in the world: “With joy we want to share this information about our apostolic and vocational mission in the parishes of three towns, on the… Read more »

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ITALY
Today I go to the bookshop

Oggi vado in libreria [Today I go to the bookshop] is the title of a new series of online links to Pauline bookshops scattered throughout Italy. A amusing tour to get to know the booksellers, sisters and lay collaborators, who offer the coordinates for finding your way around the bookshops, reading suggestions and curiosities about…

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BOLIVIA
New Ways to the Word

On 15 June, the anniversary of the foundation of the Daughters of St. Paul, the Paulines of Bolivia, in collaboration with the Paulines of Belo Horizonte in Brazil, launched an initiative on the Word of God. In May, a course on the theme: Biblical Global Vision was launched through various media and social networks. The…

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INDIA
Dance: an expression of the soul

India is a land rich in arts and cultural traditions. One of these is Bharatanatyam dance, which is intimately connected with religion and presents a liturgical dance dating back to the end of the 19th century in a new and original way. The fascinating language conveys the values of the Gospel to people and strengthens

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UNITED STATES
Memento mori Movement

At this time when death is so present in everyone’s thoughts because of the pandemic, the Daughters of St Paul of the United States felt it important to invite people to remember the inevitability of death, to reflect on the classic Memento mori and to renew hope in the Resurrection. Keeping the event of death…

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ITALY
Arezzo: Path to lectio divina

The Sunday of the Word, desired by Pope Francis to restore the centrality of Sacred Scripture, and celebrated in the Cathedral of Arezzo last 24 January, could not remain an isolated event; it was necessary to give it continuity with precise paths and objectives. On Tuesday 18 May, a prayer vigil was held in the… Read more »

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