She never tires of announcing the good news of Jesus, convinced that the happiness of each person lies essentially in loving as Jesus taught us, in growing together and sharing our gifts with the strength that comes from Jesus who is the light of our life and the gift of peace.
At the beginning of the twenty-first century, Daughters of St. Paul find the divine image of Jesus’ face in the faces of their brothers and sisters who are disillusioned by empty political promises, frightened by violence, humiliated, confused, searching for meaning and joy in life.
What connection does this faith in a Master
who suffers with and for humanity
have with the Pauline mission?
Our mission is to proclaim the saving announcement of the Word of Jesus, of his life, of his love, of his death and resurrection, through the means of communication.
In the words of our Founder, Blessed James Alberione, we do not teach in classrooms. Our classroom is the world.
"We desire to share the anguish, the dreams and the hopes of the people of our times, to discover new pathways for being a presence of hope, solidarity and prophecy in a suffering and disillusioned world—but a world that is hungry for truth, meaning, and love.”
—Sr. Antoinetta Bruscato, FSP