Tuesday, April 22, 2008

New Online Film by Paulist Productions

The new way to produce and distribute movies? Watch this....click on the title above for http://www.tylersride.com/
Sr Margaret

Monday, April 21, 2008

Pauline Spirituality

Reflections on Jesus Master, Mary Queen of Apostles and St Paul by Sr Veritas Grau. Sr Veritas served on our General Government as a councilor. She is a leader in our Pauline spirituality. Now she intercedes for us from heaven.

Click on the above link to access the writings.
Sr Margaret

Daughters of St Paul and Mother Thecla

Daughters of Mother Thecla Merlo - Vocation Stories On the Internet from our sisters in the Philippines.
Click the title above to access the site.

Sr Margaret

Friday, April 18, 2008

US Papal Visit Official Site

This is the official site for the Holy Father's US Visit. Here you find not only the words of Benedict's talks but photos and video presentations. Enjoy! You can't watch too much or listen too long.

or click the title above.

Sr Margaret

Tuesday, April 15, 2008


VATICAN CITY, 15 APR 2008 (VIS) - At midday today, the Holy Father departed from Rome's Fiumicino airport. Following a flight of more than 7,000 kilometres, his plane is due to land at 4 p.m. local time (10 p.m. in Rome) at Andrews Air Force Base near Washington D.C. This is the Benedict XVI's eighth apostolic trip outside Italy and his first to the U.S.A. as Pope.

U.S. President George W. Bush and his wife Nancy will welcome the Pope as he descends from his aircraft. No speeches are scheduled for this first meeting and the welcome ceremony proper will take place tomorrow at 10.30 a.m. local time (4.30 p.m. in Rome) at the White House, official residence of the U.S. president.

After landing, Benedict XVI will travel by car to the apostolic nunciature in Washington D.C where he will spend the rest of the day.

Tomorrow, 16 April, is the Pope's 81st birthday, and Saturday 19 April, will mark the third anniversary of his election to the pontifical throne.


Saturday, April 12, 2008

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Sr Margaret

Upcoming Papal Visit

During the more than 25 years of his pontificate, John Paul II dramatically raised the profile of the papacy on the international level. Throughout his extensive travels, he was a vigorous global voice for freedom, human rights, peace, the alleviation of poverty and fostering what he called "a culture of life." As the current spiritual head of the Roman Catholic Church worldwide, Pope Benedict XVI has continued that advocacy, whicjavascript:void(0)
Publish Posth experts say reflects foundational Catholic beliefs.(Religion and Ethics)

Link to the Pope's Broadcast by clicking the Title above.

Here is the official NY U.S. Welcome Site:http://archny.org/papalvisit/

Friday, April 4, 2008

Evangelization Meeting in San Antonio

Eleven Daughters of St Paul met in San Antonio the week after the Easter octave. We met in the "upper room" of the San Antonio bookcenter and prayed for the gift of the Spirit to assist us in our discernment for evangelization in today's world in the culture of communication. On the first day we also met with Fr. Ronald Rolheiser, Oblate of Mary Immaculate, President of the Oblate School of Theology and author of many books. Ronald Rolheiser, O.M.I., is also a specialist in the fields of spirituality and systematic theology. His book on Evangelizing in a Secular Culture (Secularity and the Gospel) - a compilation of various author's writings on bringing the Gospel to people today - was the initial spark for asking him to be part of our meeting. He generously presented us with a two hour presentation. This helped direct us for the next two days of meetings. PowerPoints, prayers, and powerful moment permiated our gathering. Our time together was not unlike what the apostles experienced as they awaited the Spirit. We too feel sent into the world with the Good News of Christ's Resurrection!
Sr Margaret

PS click on the subject title above to go to Fr. Rolheiser's Web Site