Remembering you with gratitude
 
  
You can be sure that God will take care of everything you need, his generosity exceeding even years in the glory that pours from Christ Jesus” (cf. Philippians 4:19).

As Daughters of the great Apostle St. Paul, we live in gratitude for the generous gifts of our benefactors through which we are able to fulfill our vocation in the Church as apostles within the culture of communication, announcing the message of Jesus Christ through the media. By your generous gifts, and through your sacrifices, you participate in the great vision of our Founder that the Gospel would be preached throughout the world through radio, books, TV, digital media, social media, music and whatever else the communications revolution will give us. This is the space in which people live out their daily lives and in which they long to discover the presence of a God who is always for them.

You who collaborate in the Pauline mission are part of our extended family and we commit ourselves to supporting you with our daily prayers. Each day at the community Mass your special intentions are remembered and a Mass is offered in particular for our benefactors each month. In our hours of adoration before Jesus in the Eucharist the sisters remember the generosity and needs of those who have supported us with their prayers and financial gifts. Our senior sisters in particular are a powerhouse of intercession to Jesus the Divine Master and to Mary, Queen of the Apostles. Blessed James Alberione, our Founder, insisted that St. Paul would himself reward those who assisted his “daughters.” 

If you have a particular intention that you would wish to remember in prayer, please send it to Sr. Anne Eileen.

Blessed James Alberione, our Founder, insisted that St. Paul would himself reward those who help provide for his "daughters." 

Sr. Dorothy assisting Sr. Concetta, one of the oldest sisters in our province.                           
 
Those who assist us through prayers, financial assistance, and so many other ways, are remembered daily in our prayer.