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Meet Sr. Mary Margaret!

Meet Sr. Mary Margaret!

This week, meet Sr. Mary Margaret! Currently stationed in Boston, Sr. Mary Margaret has LOTS of experience as a Daughter of St. Paul. She has traveled all over the country (and the world!) and has great advice for living a life of prayer and discernment. She is a woman of deep prayer, and among her Sisters, she is famous for her love of popcorn!What is your name? Sr Mary MargaretWhere are you from originally? Rochester, NYHow long have you been a Sister? I have been in the convent for 63 years, ...
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"Google sent me to the Daughters of Saint Paul"

"Google sent me to the Daughters of Saint Paul"

A delightful interview with Orianne Dyck, a postulant in the Daughters of Saint Paul, in which she offers an inside glimpse of her discernment journey.
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A Daughter of St. Paul "For All My Life"!

A Daughter of St. Paul "For All My Life"!

On May 18, 2019, in Nyeri, Kenya, Sr. Jackie Jean-Marie made her perpetual profession of vows as a Daughter of St. Paul! Sr. Jackie is originally from Kenya, but entered the Daughters of St. Paul in the United States. At her perpetual profession, she received her mandate from Sr Donna, our provincial superior, to serve in our community in New Orleans, Louisiana!Perpetual profession is the commitment to live the vows of chastity, poverty, and obedience as a Daughter of St. Paul forever. It is the...
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Meet Sr. Diane!

Meet Sr. Diane!

We love introducing you to our Sisters! This week, meet Sr. Diane Leonard! Originally from San Diego, currently stationed in Hawaii...she has lots of experience and lots of stories! 1.     What is your name?  Sr. Diane Leonard Kraus  2.     Where are you from originally? San Diego, CA 3.     How long have you been a Sister? 42 years 4.     Briefly, how did you meet the Daughters of St. P...
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Meet Sr. Paula Marie!

Meet Sr. Paula Marie!

We'd love for you to get to know our Sisters! This week, meet Sr. Paula Marie, originally from Massachusetts and currently stationed in our community in Boston (with a few exotic stops along the way!). She's a wonderful storyteller, and she's got some great discernment advice!
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Daily Motivation from Mother Thecla Merlo

Daily Motivation from Mother Thecla Merlo

Venerable Mother Thecla Merlo is the co-foundress of the Daughters of St. Paul, and this week we celebrated her 125th birthday! As a way of saying Happy Birthday, we wanted to a week's worth of "Mother Thecla Motivation." Celebrate with us and with her and ask her to pray for you this week! God bless you!1. "Sometimes we have little faith, little spirit of faith. We reason in a human way, 'from the rooftop down.' Instead, we must become more supernatural. We need a gre...
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Meet Sr. Andrew Marie!

Meet Sr. Andrew Marie!

We'd love for you to get to know our Sisters! This week, meet Sr. Andrew Marie, originally from Houston, Texas, and currently stationed in our community in San Antonio! You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @SrAndrewFSP.What is your name? Sr. Andrew MarieWhere are you from originally? Houston, Texas (Howdy!) How long have you been a Sister? I’ve been a Sister for almost 10 years.Briefly, how did you meet the Daughters of St. Paul? I first found out about our community through ...
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If You Have Never Witnessed a Sister Making Vows...

If You Have Never Witnessed a Sister Making Vows...

If you have never witnessed a sister's religious profession, this is about as close as you can get to it without being there!
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Community Life: a Penance or Joy?

Community Life: a Penance or Joy?

Sister Maria Grace Dateno gives us the "inside scoop" on living in a religious community, sharing why she finds community life a treasure...even when it's difficult.
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What Is a Postulant, Anyway?

What Is a Postulant, Anyway?

We are blessed to have Postulant Allison share what life is like as a postulant.
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"It is the Lord!" - the Prayer of Our Newly Perpetually Professed Sister

"It is the Lord!" - the Prayer of Our Newly Perpetually Professed Sister

The personal reflection of brand-new perpetually professed #MediaNun, Sister Emily Beata, FSP
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A new #MediaNuns "Forever Yes"!

A new #MediaNuns "Forever Yes"!

Rejoice with us and with the Church at Sr. Emily Beata's Perpetual Profession of the vows of chastity, poverty, and obedience, as a Daughter of Saint Paul, dedicating herself to Christ the Master and to communicating Christ's love to all the world through the media!
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Vocation Discernment Stories from #MediaNuns

Vocation Discernment Stories from #MediaNuns

A free magazine of vocation stories from the #MediaNuns
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What should I do if I am interested in becoming a Daughter of St. Paul?

What should I do if I am interested in becoming a Daughter of St. Paul?

Practical tips to begin discerning if you have a Pauline vocation.
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How Much Do Religious Sisters Pray Every Day?

How Much Do Religious Sisters Pray Every Day?

As Daughters of Saint Paul, our prayer is centered around the Eucharist and the Word of God.
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Who Are the Daughters of Saint Paul?

Who Are the Daughters of Saint Paul?

Every Daughter of Saint Paul would describer her Pauline vocation a bit differently. Here are a few "takes" that try to grasp the heart of what it means to be a Pauline sister.
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Why Saint Paul?

Why Saint Paul?

How did St. Paul--a first century follower of Christ--become the patron of a community of women religious who work within the digital culture of communications two thousand years later?
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What Makes the Daughters of St. Paul Unique?

What Makes the Daughters of St. Paul Unique?

Each religious congregation has a unique identity, a unique charism. The Pauline Sisters' charism is to live and become Jesus Christ for the world, and to communicate him to every person through all the means of communication.
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Journeying with Mary in Your Discernment

Journeying with Mary in Your Discernment

A free app, Discern It! is a novena to help us pray for the attitudes of Mary in our discernment: listening, receptivity, and wholehearted embrace of God's will.
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You Spent Your Weekend Where!??!! What To Expect on Your First Visit to a Convent

You Spent Your Weekend Where!??!! What To Expect on Your First Visit to a Convent

Visiting a community of sisters can be a helpful step in discerning your vocation.
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