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2019 Christmas Concert Tour

2019 Christmas Concert Tour

Every year, ten to twelve Daughters of St. Paul from all over the United States gather at our motherhouse in Boston. They spend the days immediately before and after Thanksgiving in our sound studio, rehearsing…Christmas songs! They learn the harmonies, practice the choreography, dig out the red scarves, and get ready to go on the road for our annual Christmas concert tour. Why a Christmas concert tour? Well, we Daughters of St. Paul exist to proclaim the Gospel both through our live...
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Media Nuns in the Media!

Media Nuns in the Media!

Our Sisters are often called upon to appear on podcasts, radio, and TV, or to be interviewed by various news outlets and social media personalities. We’re always happy about this for a few reasons. First, it gives us an opportunity to share the good news of God’s love in our life and in our community. We love getting the Good News out there!Second, it also gives us an opportunity to personally meet, interact with, and pray for those who work in the media. This is a key part of o...
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What Would Our Founder Say to Us Today?

What Would Our Founder Say to Us Today?

April 4 is the anniversary of the birth of Bl. James Alberione, Founder of the Daughters of St. Paul. What would he say to the Daughters of St. Paul today? Here are his words that both encourage and challenge us---we hope they do the same for you! (Maybe YOU are one of the "new apostles" he speaks about!)"The Church is on the move.With the progress brought by the passing of timehas also come an increasein the dangers and the means that do harm to souls.But at the same time, the Lo...
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What Are You Doing for World Youth Day?

What Are You Doing for World Youth Day?

“I am the servant of the Lord. May it be done to me according to your word” (Luke 1:38). These familiar words of the Blessed Mother are on the lips of millions of young people this week as World Youth Day is celebrated in Panama, January 22 to January 27. This theme is reflected in the official theme song for World Youth Day, Hágase en Mí Según Tu Palabra (Let Your Will Be Done in Me):He aquí la sierva del SeñorHágase en mí segú...
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Synod 2018: Discernment in Action!

Synod 2018: Discernment in Action!

Following the Synod on Young People, the Faith, and Vocational Discernment is a way to witness the Church's effort to discern together
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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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5 Helpful Tips for Making a Good Discernment

5 Helpful Tips for Making a Good Discernment

Advice that will help you make a good discernment.
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How Does Jesus Call Me to Bring the Good News? Lectio Divina

How Does Jesus Call Me to Bring the Good News? Lectio Divina

Lectio Divina on Luke 10:1-7: Jesus sends his disciples to bring the “good news” to all and to proclaim that the kingdom of God is at hand. He gives the disciples his own mission: to bring God’s love, to teach and to heal all who believe in him.
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