Archive by author: Sr. Barbara Gerace, FSPReturn

Sr Barbara has been in the community since 1959 and has had the joy of meeting Mother Thecla Merlo twice. She helps in the Digital Department with social media projects and assists in designing apps to communicate the Gospel message. 

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Messenger of the Good News

Messenger of the Good News

In 1994 we Daughters of St. Paul celebrated the centenary of the birth of our first Superior General, Maria Teresa Merlo, or Maestra Thecla, (Maestra meaning Teacher, as she was called by us and Thecla, the name she took for profession).Back in 1915, when she was 21, the Holy Spirit opened before her a completely new future when he guided her steps toward Father James Alberione in the town of Alba in Piedmont. In the previous year Father Alberione had gathered around himself a group of...
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What Keeps You Up at Night?

What Keeps You Up at Night?

The greatest preoccupation in the heart of Blessed James Alberione at the beginning of the last century was how to get the Gospel into the hands of people, of families, and of hearts. When we look at the world today, this is the same question in every Pauline's heart. The world so needs Jesus and his mercy. How can we reach everyone with his love.Here are Blessed James Alberione's words:"Be conscious of your responsibility! Don't keep counting the number of readers, but the...
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Hearing His Voice, Sharing His Message

Hearing His Voice, Sharing His Message

Did you ever ask yourself how God speaks to those who listen? In prayer the Lord speaks to our heart. We may be occupied during the day, however if we turn to him even just for a moment in prayer he is speaking to us and helping us to discern what we are to do on a daily basis.Now let us turn to the shepherds who were tending their flocks in the field. The Lord sent his angels to tell them the good news that the Messiah, Jesus, the Lord, has been born in Bethlehem.We have here the account from t...
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