News about the Pauline life

United Kingdom
Lenten Reflection and Presentation

On 24 February 2010, Sr Gemma Simmonds, a sister from the Congregation of Jesus who lectures in pastoral theology and spirituality at Heythrop College, University of London gave a Lenten reflection at Holy Family Parish in Langley, UK. Using the images and reflections of Glimpses of the Divine: The Art and Inspiration of Sieger Koder published… Read more »

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Congo R. D.
Kinshasa, Redesigning and Pastoral Vocational Work

After the recent Encounter in Nairobi on the redesigning process of the presence of the Daughters of St. Paul in Africa-Madagascar, the D.R. Congo/Ivory Coast delegation chose as their priority «pastoral work for vocations ». This great dream, to improve the pastoral vocational organic, brought together at Kinshasha, the delegation house, the Superiors, the formators… Read more »

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Brazil
2010 ?Golden Anniversary of Paoline COMEP

A celebration in the Basilica of Our Lady of Aparecida on March 6, launched the celebration of 50 years of the recording house Paoline-COMEP. Begun in March 1960, as Pauline Records, in a mini-studio in the house of the Pauline Sisters in Curitiba, it was soon transferred to San Paolo and in 1984 it adopted… Read more »

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SPAIN
Valladolid: The 2nd Spiritual Film Week

From March 1st to the 5th, in Valladolid la The 2nd Spiritual Film Week is being celebrated. It is an initiative of pastoral care for young people whose prinicpal objective is to introduce human and spiritual values with the opportunity offered by cinema as the starting point. At this activity, works will be presented that,… Read more »

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Chile
A testimony from Santiago

We forward to you the news we received from Chile, where the Daughters of St. Paul are present in Santiago, Concepcion, Valparaiso, and Antofagasta. Let us unite ourselves in solidarity and prayer with the suffering of this people so tried, both by earthquake and by Tsunami. Because of electricity failure and the interruption of telephone and… Read more »

    Singapore
    Paulines Singapore at Local Universities

    For two weeks, our sisters had the opportunities to mingle with the students in the two varsities – Nanyang Technological University and National University of Singapore, participating in their annual Catholic Awareness Week. This is one of the ways for our sisters to be inserted into the secular tertiary institutions, making our presence felt and at… Read more »

      United Kingdom
      Jesus in the Films of all Time

      ?We need to put down the censors? scissors and pick up the cameras? because ?the power of the cinema surpasses that of the schools, the pulpits, and the press and always has greater effects?: these are the words of Blessed James Alberione, who initiated his cinematographic activity on March 18, 1938. From that day onward, the… Read more »

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      Portugal
      The Disaster at Madeira

      47 people lost their lives, 120 were wounded, and 250 evacuated. These are the statistics of the tragedy that struck the Portugese island of Madeira. The exceptional wave of bad weather that damaged the island, which is situated north of the Canary islands, swept away cars and trees, caused the collapse of bridges and transformed… Read more »

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      ITALY
      A Light for our Path

      On the occasion of the anniversary of the birth of Prima Maestra Tecla Merlo (February 20, 1894), a book was published entitled: A Light for our Path. This is the publication of the personal notes that Maestra Tecla wrote from December 1926 to the month of June, 1928. The text, under the care of the… Read more »

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