News about the Pauline life

ITALY
From Our Arezzo Community

A Pauline community is called to mission, to be ever-present on the battlefield…. So some might find it strange that the members of our community spent two weeks participating in a Lectio Divina Workshop instead of creatively inventing something to propose to others in these difficult times. But a house that has collapsed cannot be… Read more »

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ITALY
Voices from the Italian Province

Paoline.it and social media: around the clock. While waiting to find out how long we will have to “shelter in place,” the world is changing, and our ways of carrying out the apostolate are moving in pace with the times. “We are convinced that in these difficult days, thrown off balance by understandable and natural…

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PAKISTAN
A letter from our Faisalabad community

With the outbreak of the coronavirus, the whole world has suddenly changed. In Pakistan, the people, who are already poor, are now becoming poorer. In this tragic time, many of them are turning to God but there are also many who are losing their faith. We Daughters of St. Paul do not want to close… Read more »

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BRAZIL
Catechetical School

The Daughters of St. Paul have accepted the invitation of Bishop Philip Dickmans of Miracema-TO, to contribute to the systematic formation of the catechists of his diocese in 2020. The participants in the School for Catechetical Teachers come from various parishes, communities and mission areas. The two-year-long scholastic itinerary is divided into eight parts, one… Read more »

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Queen of Apostles Hospital Becomes a COVID-19 Hospital

Because of the current emergency, Queen of Apostles Hospital, located in Albano, owned by the Daughters of St. Paul and accredited with Italy’s National Health Care System, has become a reference point in the Castelli Romani area for people suffering from the new coronavirus. The 70 beds set aside for the infected has made the… Read more »

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KOREA
The FSPs on YouTube

To meet the needs of the moment due to the new coronavirus, Covid-19, the FSPs of Korea have expanded their digital productions through the creation of YouTube video clips on opportune themes: – A series of prayers on specific topics, each one about 6 minutes long, entitled Sister, please pray for us: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLucENx23CIbkpbu6GkKE-7Og41QVQRrx6. – The… Read more »

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ITALY
To Serve and Animate…in the Internet Era

From 9-11 March 2020, the FSP General Government held an online formation meeting for the new provincial government of Brazil. The theme of the meeting was: Serving Communion, Animating the Mission. The sisters of our Brazilian governing team were enthusiastic about this possibility, from which they drew ideas and incentives for realizing in their turn…

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ITALY
Tell Your Neighbor

Tell Your Neighbor: Pastoral Practice in the Digital Culture, a newly-released publication of FSP Editions, Italy, discusses how to live the commandment “Love your neighbor” in today’s digital era. In the text, author Massimiliano Padula brings to life this teaching of Jesus, rereading and applying it in the light of the numerous invitations and stimuli…

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MADAGASCAR
Sunday of the Word

The FSPs of Madagascar joyfully welcomed the Sunday of the Word instituted by Pope Francis–an important initiative for bringing the Bible into every environment and situation. After publishing the Apostolic Letter Aperuit Illis in Malagasy and French, the sisters of all the circumscription’s book centers used show window displays, the radio and social network…

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INDIA
Growing with the Word of God

It was very heartening for the Daughters of St.Paul of Bandra to see that nearly a hundred people had enrolled in their new creative Bible study course, entitled Growing with the Word of God. The inauguration of the course took place on 26 January 2020, aptly chosen to coincide with the Sunday of the Word…

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