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Friday, December 31, 2010

A Pauline New Year's

"Come to me, all of you": These words from the Gospel of Matthew were the beginning of Bl. James Alberione's inspiration to found the Pauline Family and the Daughters of St. Paul. He felt Jesus in the Eucharist speaking these words to him on the "night between the centuries," December 31, 1900-January 1, 1901. Bl. Alberione knew that he was being called not only to give all of himself to God, but also to bring all of humanity to God. Because of this "Night of Light," it is now our tradition to spend New Year's Eve and part of New Year's Day on retreat. We make an Hour of Adoration together on New Year's Eve, praying with gratitude for the past year and offering ourselves to God for the coming year. We also pray in a special way for the needs of our families and friends, those we meet in our mission (whether we meet literally or virtually!), and indeed the needs of the whole world. We will remember you as we go before the Master this evening. Your prayer intentions are always welcome, either as a comment or by email: We invite you to spend a few minutes with our Eucharistic Lord this New Year's as well. May 2011 be for you and your loved ones a year of grace and peace!

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

New Series from Pauline Books & Media

Ever ancient, ever new: Our Pauline Books & Media publishing house is coming out with a series of the writings of classic spiritual authors...with a new twist! Each volume of the new "Classic Wisdom Collection" series draws from the writings of one particular author to answer a specific question that we encounter as we journey through life. For example, the first volume, "Life's Purpose: Wisdom from John Henry Newman," applies the immortal writings of Bl. John Henry Newman to the questions "Does life have meaning? What is the purpose of my life?"
Other volumes in the series include "Solace in Suffering: Wisdom from Thomas a Kempis" and "Strength in Darkness: Wisdom from John of the Cross." Upcoming titles will draw from the writings of Jean Pierre de Caussade, Catherine of Siena, Jane Frances de Chantal, Teresa of Avila, and many more! Each volume in the series also includes an introduction by one of our Sisters that explains both the author and the theme. These books are a great way to revitalize our spiritual lives in the new year.
The books in the Classic Wisdom Collection are available on our website:, or by emailing or calling Pauline Books & Media in Philadelphia: or 215-676-9494.

Friday, December 24, 2010

Merry Christmas & a Blessed New Year!

Today we concluded our Christmas novena in preparation for the celebration of the Birth of Our Lord. During these nine days, we prayed for all of you-our friends, benefactors and those we reach through our mission of communicating the Gospel using the media. As we approach another year, we give thanks to God for the graces and blessings of this year. We are grateful for the apostolic endeavors carried out within the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and neighboring dioceses this year. We thank God for the many new friends and collaborators we were able to meet in schools, libraries, parishes and other events. We are grateful for those who have grown closer to Jesus through our Pauline publications, our blog and through our Pauline Book and Media website this year. We give thanks to God for all of you as we continue to remember you in our prayers. May the Lord bless you and your families during the Christmas season and throughout the New Year!

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Now Available at Pauline Books & Media

In this Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation, the Pope sums up the important work done by the Synod of Bishops on the Word of God in the Life and Mission of the Church. The document has three major parts:

Part One: The Word of God
Pope Benedict focuses on the ultimate reality of divine revelation as the source of the word. He highlights the role of the Trinity and how the Holy Spirit acts through the word of God. He also highlights Mary as a model for all believers.

Part Two: The Word in the Church
The Church is the "home of the word," the place where it speaks to us especially through the liturgy. The word of God gives life to the Church and plays a vital role in catechesis, pastoral activity, prayer, and the sacraments. Scripture leads us to meet and know Jesus.

Part Three: To Proclaim the Word of God to the World
Pope Benedict focuses on many ways in which the word of God is at the source of the Church's mission. God's word is so powerful that it changes us, and impels us to go out to others to bring them the good news.

To obtain copies of this new document, call (215)676-9494.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Rejoice in the Lord!

Sunday, December 12: Today is the third Sunday of Advent, a Sunday when the Church invites us in a special way to rejoice in the Lord and His coming! Today, as we do almost every Sunday, we took our books, music, and DVDs to a parish (this weekend it was St. Alphonsus in Maple Glen). Through parish exhibits, we make our materials available to people to help them live this beautiful but very busy time in closer union with Christ. Tomorrow, we in the community of Philadelphia will be making our monthly retreat. We invite you to send us your prayer intentions so that we can remember them as we spend this special time with Jesus. "Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: rejoice!" (Philippians 4:4).

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Baby Jesus Party! And Other Upcoming Events

December 10, 2010: Birthday Party for Baby Jesus at Our Lady of Ransom Parish (6701 Calvert Street, Philadelphia, PA 19149), 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

December 11-12, 2010: Pauline Book and Media Exhibit at St. Alphonsus Parish (33 Conwell Drive, Maple Glen, PA 19002), after all the weekend Masses.

December 18, 2010: Birthday Party for Baby Jesus at St. Richard's Parish (1826 Pollock Street, Philadelphia, PA 19145), 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

December 18-19, 2010: Pauline Book and Media Exhibit at Christ the King Parish (3252 Chesterfield Road, Philadelphia, PA 19114), after all the weekend Masses.

We invite you to come and see us at any of these events! Please keep us in prayer as we bring Jesus, the Word made Flesh, to His people during this beautiful Advent season. You are in our prayers as well!

Friday, December 3, 2010

Christmas Concert!

Here is a sneak peek of the Daughters of St. Paul Christmas Concert!

Fr. Judge High School
3301 Solly Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19136
Monday, December 6, 2010 at 7:30 p.m.
For more information, call 215-676-9494

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Baby Jesus Party This Week!

Baby Jesus Party
November 30th from 4:00pm-8:00pm
At Bishop McDevitt High School cafeteria
125 Royal Ave Wyncote, PA 19095-1198

Activities include picture taking with Baby Jesus (costumes provided),
singing Happy Birthday, and story-telling.
*Please Bring Your Own Cameras.

The Daughters of St. Paul will be present with a display of books, music,
DVDs and other Catholic resources for sale.
For more information call (215) 676-9494.
Please check our calendar page link
for more information about the next Baby Jesus Party.
We will also keep you posted through our blog. God bless you & your families!

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Upcoming Pauline Book and Media Exhibit

We will have our next Pauline Book and Media Exhibit at Maternity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish on Old Bustleton Avenue in Philadelphia. We will be present for the Saturday evening and Sunday morning Masses with Advent titles, Christmas books, and much more. Come and visit us! For more information on where we will be exhibiting, visit our calendar page at or email us at

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Baby Jesus Party

Baby Jesus Party

November 30th from 4:00pm-8:00pm

At Bishop McDevitt High School cafeteria

125 Royal Ave Wyncote, PA 19095-1198

Activities include picture taking with Baby Jesus (costumes provided),
singing Happy Birthday, and story-telling.
*Please Bring Your Own Cameras.

There will be a Pauline Book Exhibit during this event.
The Daughters of St. Paul will be present with a display of books,
music, DVDs and other Catholic resources for sale.

For more information call (215) 676-9494.

Please check our calendar page link for more information about the next Baby Jesus Party.
We will also keep you posted through our blog. God bless you & your families!

Monday, November 15, 2010

Share Your Prayer Intentions

"The Pauline Family was born of the Eucharist" (Blessed James Alberione, Founder of the Pauline Family). As Daughters of St. Paul, our spirituality is centered on Jesus Master in the Holy Eucharist. Every day, we make what we call our Visit with Jesus. We spend an hour with Him in Eucharistic Adoration, to nourish ourselves with His Word and to intercede for the needs of others. We always pray especially for the people we meet, and for those who have asked us to pray for them. If you have any special intentions, feel free to share them here or to email them to and we will remember them before Jesus in the Tabernacle.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

It takes a whole village of saints...

How many canonized saints and blesseds of African descent can we claim? One? Ten? A hundred? A thousand? November is Black Catholic History Month. It is a time to celebrate the rich and vibrant Catholic heritage given to us by the many holy men and women who were born on the African continent and those who migrated to the United States and other parts of the world. On October 1st 2000, Pope John Paul II canonized two saints especially dear to African and African American Catholics. St. Josephine Bakhita, who was born in Sudan in 1869, sold as a slave and became a Canossian sister in Italy and St. Katharine Drexel, who was born in Philadelphia in 1858, founded the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament and worked among the African American and Native American people, were the two. From both women, the fragrance of sanctity attracted people from diverse backgrounds and places.

Earlier this month we celebrated the Feast of all Saints, and soon we will be celebrating Thanksgiving. Let us give thanks to God not only for the saints who inspire us and intercede for us, but also for those who through God's providence made it possible them to grow in faith and holiness. It takes not just one, or ten, or a hundred, or a thousand, but a whole village of saints to raise us to holiness!

There are over 700 saints and blesseds of African origin in the Church. Below are the names of only a few. Let us not forget the thousands of unnamed saints and martyrs who laid down their lives for Christ and his people.

Blessed Clementine Anuarite Martyr from Congo. Feast day -December 1st.

St. Charles Lwanga and companions -Martyrs Feast day-June 3rd

Blessed Isidore Bakanja-martyr Feast day- August 8th.

St. Monica Mother of St. Augustine of Hippo. Feast day- August 27th.

St. Augustine of Hippo Doctor of the Church. Feast day- August 28th.

St. Martin de Porres Born in Peru His father was a Spaniard and his mother was an African slave. He joined the Dominicans. Feast day- November 3rd

St. Catherine of Alexandria Virgin and martyr Feast day- November 25th

Venerable Pierre Toussaint Born in Haiti and died in New York.

St. Mary of Egypt Feast day- April 2nd

St. Moses the Black Feast day-August 28th

St. Benedict the Moor Feast Day April 4th

Blessed Ghebre Mikha'el Ethiopian priest and martyr. Feast day-September 2nd.

Sts. Aizan and Sazan, Twin Brothers Feast day-October 1st.

St. Cassian of Tangiers, A lawyer who resigned and became Christian and died as a martyr. Feast day- December 3rd.

Blessed Cyprian Tansi Trappist monk born in Nigeria Feast day-January 20th

St. Fulgentius Monk and Bishop Feast day -January 1st

Sts. Felex of Abbir, Cyprian of Unizibar and about 4966 companions. African martyrs deported and killed for their faith. Feast day- October 12th

All you Holy Men and Women, Pray for us!

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Rekindle, Invite, Grow -- Seminar on Scripture

"The Word of God is living and effective!" (Hebrews 4:12) The Daughters of St. Paul will take part with a Pauline Book and Media Exhibit at three seminars on the Word of God sponsored by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia's Office for Parish Evangelization:

Monday, November 15 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. at Nativity of Our Lord Parish in Warminster, PA.

Wednesday, November 17 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. at Sts. Simon and Jude Parish in West Chester, PA.

Saturday, November 20 from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at the Archdiocesan Office Center in Philadelphia, PA.

For more information, contact Sr. Louise Alff at the Archdiocesan Office Center.

Friday, November 5, 2010

Mark Your Calendars!

Mark your calendars for these Pauline Books & Media Philadelphia November Events:

Saturday, November 6
Book Signing with Fr. Brian Bransfield (author of The Human Person: According to John Paul II) at Corpus Christi Parish in Lansdale, PA
Saturday, November 6
Spanish Book and Media Exhibit at Hispanic Catechist Retreat at Holy Innocents Parish in Philadelphia, PA
Saturday, November 6-Sunday, November 7
Book and Media Exhibit at St. Anthony's Parish in Ambler, PA
Saturday, November 13
Book and Media Exhibit at the Catholic Life Congress at Archbishop Carroll High School in Radnor, PA
Saturday, November 13
Book and Media Exhibit at the Harrisburg Catechetical Conference at the Diocesan Office Center in Harrisburg, PA
Saturday, November 20-Sunday, November 21
Book and Media Exhibit at St. Thomas the Apostle Parish in Glen Mills, PA
Saturday, November 27-Sunday, November 28
Book and Media Exhibit at Maternity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish in Philadelphia, PA
Tuesday, November 30
Birthday Party for Baby Jesus at Bishop McDevitt High School in Wyncote, PA (4:00-8:00 p.m.; picture-taking with Baby Jesus; crafts and music; book and media exhibit)

...and more to come! For more information on where and when we will be exhibiting with our books and media, or to request an exhibit for your parish or school, email us at or check our calendar page at

Feast of Jesus, the Divine Master

Sunday, October 31: In addition to being Halloween, this Sunday was a special feast day for us -- the feast of Jesus the Divine Master. The Pauline Family is devoted to Jesus as the Master who is Way, Truth, and Life. Here in Philadelphia we celebrated with the lay members of the Pauline Family, the Pauline Cooperators. We had Evening Prayer together followed by delicious refreshments and a fun photo-taking session. Jesus Master, Way, Truth, and Life, have mercy on us!
Visit for more information on the Pauline Cooperators.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

School Book Fair in New Jersey

Tuesday, October 26-Thursday, October 28: We all took turns last week going to a school book fair at Our Lady of Good Counsel School in Moorsetown, New Jersey. School book fairs are another way for us to bring the Good News of the Gospel to people today. We take our books, music, and other materials and set up a display at the school. At Our Lady of Good Counsel, all the classes, from nursery school to 8th grade, took turns coming through the book fair. The children and teachers were very interested in our books, especially our books about the saints. They were also interested to know what it means to be a Sister! We thank God for this opportunity to witness to God's love.
If you are interested in having a book fair at your school, contact us by email at

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Feast of Blessed Timothy Giaccardo

Friday, October 22: On Friday, we celebrated the feast of Blessed Timothy Giaccardo, the first blessed of the Pauline Family. Blessed Timothy was the "right-hand man" of the Blessed James Alberione, the founder of the Pauline Family. We celebrated his feast with an Hour of Adoration together in our chapel. Later, we enjoyed a special meal and dessert. Blessed Timothy's feast also marks the beginning of the novena to Jesus Divine Master. We are remembering all of our blog readers and their intentions in our novena.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

In the School of the Master

My name is Sr. Emily, and since I'm new to the community of Philadelphia, I wanted to introduce myself. I am a first-year novice on apostolic experience. This means that I am in the second stage of formation to become a Daughter of St. Paul (postulancy is the first stage -- to find out more about our postulants, visit their blog at Most of the time of novitiate is spent at our motherhouse in Boston, where I and Sr. Sylwia (our other novice) help the publishing house, study, and attend class. For this five-month period of apostolic experience, I have come to our community of Philadelphia to experience the Pauline mission here.
I am originally from Buffalo, NY, and I am the oldest of twelve children. I met the Daughters of St. Paul first at a youth conference, and later at the St. Paul Summer Program, a program for high school women held at our convent in Boston. I was immediately attracted to the joy that the Sisters found in their mission, in community with each other, and especially in prayer with the Lord. Later, as I came to learn more about their spirituality and mission, it was like coming home. It felt more and more like Jesus was calling me to love Him as a Daughter of St. Paul, so in August of 2007 I entered the postulancy. I moved to Boston to enter the novitiate in February of this year.
Being in Philadelphia is a great learning experience. I am thrilled to be involved in so many apostolic projects and initiatives -- watch our blog for pictures and information! But most of all, I am excited to see the ways that Jesus will use me to communicate His love to everyone I meet. Remember, He wants to use you, too!

A few fun facts...
My favorite Scripture quotation: "My grace is enough for you" (2 Cor 12:9)
My favorite season: Autumn!
My favorite ice cream: Strawberry

Sr. Emily and Sr. Sylwia at Sr. Neville Christine's first profession of vows in Boston.
Giving a talk on prayer to a religious education class at a local parish in Philadelphia
Cooking for the community :)

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Pauline Apostle in Daily Life!

Sr. Patricia Mary, our local superior and manager, preparing for our annual Christmas Concert and taking care of many other things in between. In her own words, "Fun!"

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Our Very Own Author

Tender Mercies, A Book of Prayers for Healing and Coping by Sr. Mary Peter

Sr. Mary Peter shares about why she wrote this book:
Several years ago I began some formal studies in pastoral psychology. In my undergraduate days, the only psychology I had was philosophical psychology. I did not find it very practical. After working closely with some individuals who were volunteers, I discovered that I needed some further background to understand their behavior and my reactions to it. With the hope of helping both myself and the lay people with whom I worked, I enrolled in Boston College’s Institute for Religious Education and Pastoral Ministry. The IREPM as it was called provided many courses that dealt with psychological problems and pastoral concerns. Classes on grief and loss and troubled personalities coupled with weekend seminars offered remedies for caregivers, counselors and those who might be afflicted with mental difficulties.
As any student knows, there is hardly a class without some “paper” due. Ours were no exception. At one point rather than give a heady scientific response to clinical problems, I decided to compose some prayers for the “troubled personality.” Troubled personalities can be people suffering from mild stress to clinical depression. That is a really vast spectrum of people!

The first prayers were a Way of the Cross and a set of meditations on the 20 mysteries of the Rosary. A few “reality check” prayers were part of the initial paper. Of course, I was not advocating a boycott of psychologists or psychiatrists, or of the medications which can relieve stress. Rather, I was directing people to the source of all peace and comfort, the God who created the human heart.
When I presented the original manuscript to our Pauline Books & Media publishing house editors, they saw a need for its contents. The editors asked me to enhance the contents by adding more prayers for specific needs, such as eating disorders, cutting, etc. In the meantime I had knee surgery which gave me the time to research and equip myself to write prayers that would make sense to persons who suffer from the various disorders.
The object of Tender Mercies is to connect you the reader with God, the source of all joy, our ultimate good. Even though real love is anything but “mushy”, it is also tender and constant. May you who read and pray with Tender Mercies be consoled and strengthened in your daily quest to draw closer to God, and to allow God to draw closer to you. Tender Mercies is also available in French.
May this book be a source of blessing to all who read it.
Sister Mary Peter, fsp

Thursday, October 14, 2010

God has created me to do Him some definite service

God has created me to do Him some definite service. He has committed some work to me which He has not committed to another. I have my mission. I may never know it in this life, but I shall be told it in the next. I am a link in a chain, a bond of connection between persons.
He has not created me for naught. I shall do good; I shall do His work.
 I shall be an angel of peace, a preacher of truth in my own place,
while not intending it if I do but keep His commandments.
Therefore, I will trust Him, whatever I am, I can never be thrown away. If I am in sickness, my sickness may serve Him, in perplexity, my perplexity may serve Him. If I am in sorrow, my sorrow may serve Him. He does nothing in vain. He knows what He is about. He may take away my friends. He may throw me among strangers. He may make me feel desolate, make my spirits sink, hide my future from me. Still, He knows what He is about.
-Blessed Cardinal Newman

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Camden Diocese Charismatic Conference

Saturday, October 9--Sunday, October 10: "If today you hear his voice, harden not your hearts!" This was the theme of the Camden Diocese Charistmatic Conference that Sr. Neville, Sr. Peter, and Sr. Emily attended in Wildwood, New Jersey. Hundreds of people participated from the dioceses of southern New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania. Sr. Neville and Sr. Emily went on Saturday and attended both the adult track and the teen track. We shared our Pauline mission with many people, and were inspired by the faith and joy of the participants. On Sunday, the three of us returned for the closing sessions and Mass. We had lunch on the boardwalk by the beach and enjoyed the beautiful ocean scenery. We even received some flowers for our chapel at the end of the conference. Come, Holy Spirit!

Sr. Peter and Sr. Neville with Fr. Bakey, one of the priests at the conference
Sr. Emily, attending to novice duties even outside the novitiate!
We don't know why, but the photographer cut off the "wood" in "Wildwood"!

Friday, October 8, 2010

Meet the Community!

(From left to right): Sr. Patricia Mary, Sr. Emily, Sr. Neville Christine, Sr. Mary Peter

Our community in Philadelphia is growing! Sr. Patricia Mary and Sr. Neville Christine welcomed Sr. Mary Peter and Sr. Emily. Sr. Patricia Mary is from Staten Island, NY. Sr. Neville Christine is originally from Cameroon and lived in Augusta, GA before she joined the Daughters of St. Paul. Sr. Mary Peter is from Youngstown, OH. Sr. Emily is from Buffalo, NY and she is a novice spending a time of apostolic experience in Philadelphia. You will be hearing from Sr. Mary Peter and Sr. Emily soon!

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Workshop on the New Roman Missal & Liturgical Renewal


Saturday, October 16, 2010, 8:30 AM—4:30PM
Saint Helena Church
1489 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell, PA 19422-0809


This workshop is especially designed for priests, deacons, parish liturgical leaders and catechists to provide the tools to teach others about the Sacred Liturgy and the new words we will pray at Mass with the revised English Translation.

Plan now to attend and encourage those who collaborate with you in parish liturgical formation to attend as well.  See the Mystical Body-Mystical Voice website, for additional information and resources.

This workshop—which inaugurates the archdiocesan period of immediate preparation for the use of the revised English translation of the Roman Missal—is sponsored by the Office for Worship of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and the Liturgical Institute at Mundelein, IL.

To register early, contact the Office for Worship
at 215-587-3537, or

Monday, October 4, 2010

Lectures by Local Author Fr. Brian Bransfield

Fr. Brian Bransfield is a priest of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. He currently serves at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops as Assistant General Secretary and Executive Director of the Secretariat of Evangelization and Catechesis. Fr. Bransfield will be delivering lectures and talks on his new book The Human Person According to John Paul II, published by Pauline Books and Media. Most of these lectures will be held in our local parishes here in Philadelphia. We will be present with a book display of Fr. Bransfield's new book as well as other inspiring titles.
Mark your calendars!
  • Lecture on The Human Person according to Pope John Paul II on November 6th beginning at 9:00am at Corpus Christi Parish Landsdale PA
  • Lecture for Permanent Deacons on December 4th 2010 at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Wynnewood, PA
  • Lecture on The Beautiful Truths of Catholic Teaching & the Thought of Pope John Paul II on February 12th 2011 at St. Coleman Parish, Ardmore
  • Lecture on The Human Person according to Pope John Paul II on February 26th 2011 from 10:00am-12:00pm at The Old Church of St Andrew, Newtown 135 South Sycamore St. Newtown, PA 18940

    Book Review by Sarah Reinhard
The most compelling reason I have for wanting to stand from my rooftop and trumpet to everyone I know that they should read this book is that it’s approachable AND that it makes the whole idea behind Theology of the Body (republished in an expanded form recently as Man and Woman He Created Them), John Paul II’s great masterpiece (which is also online), approachable...
This book is written by an expert. Above all, Bransfield knows what he’s talking about. There are not only a million footnotes (which are also worth reading, by the way — some great stuff buried there in the back of the book!), but there’s also that air of confidence that comes from really knowing your material. This book is the Real Deal, made even more delightful by the fact that it is so approachable and tangible as it covers such a difficult topic.
The Human Person According to John Paul II gets my highest recommendation. I’d lend you my copy, but it’s dog-eared and underlined and written in many of the margins and, really, I’m not willing to part with it. (I don’t say that about many books, mind you.) I think you’ll find this to be a book worth reading, rereading, and studying. You might even find that it will take you down the road of reading Theology of the Body itself. Happy reading!

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Book Exhibit at St. Jerome's Parish

This weekend we were at St. Jerome's parish with our religious books and media. On Saturday morning we had a smaller scale exhibit at the parish's annual flea market outside the church. It was very windy but somehow our books stayed in place! We were back for the evening mass and the Sunday masses. The last mass ended with the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Eucharistic adoration. It was a beautiful way to end the day. Next week we will be off to Harrisburg for the Diocesan Education Conference and to St. Joseph's parish in Danville. We will also be at the EPDRE (Eastern Pennsylvania DRE Gathering) in Avalon, New Jersey. Please follow us (Sr. Patricia Mary, Sr. Mary Peter and Sr. Neville Christine) and the people we will encounter with your prayers.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Still in Philadelphia & still serving you

Welcome to our Pauline Books & Media Philadelphia Blog! As we look for a new location in Philadelphia, we continue to serve the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and neighboring dioceses through apostolic outreach. It is our hope to keep you informed about the events we will be exhibiting at and the parishes we will be visiting with our beautiful, inspiring and uplifting selection of books and media. We will also be organizing and hosting events. Be sure to check our calendar to see where we are and join us! We look forward to seeing you and hearing from you. You are remembered in our prayers.

The Mass with the NEW TRANSLATION Explained for Kids

Blessed Pope John Paul II Resources Flyer