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The sisters of the Choir from this year's Christmas Concert. Christmas for a Daughter of St. Paul is participating in the self-emptying of Christ, giving oneself for others. It is a busy time, but a graced time, which we spend with Mary. Through music as well as writing, art, personal connections, radio, internet, apps, we, like her, give Christ to the world.

The sisters of the Choir from this year's Christmas Concert. Christmas for a Daughter of St. Paul is participating in the self-emptying of Christ, giving oneself for others. It is a busy time, but a graced time, which we spend with Mary. Through music as well as writing, art, personal connections, radio, internet, apps, we, like her, give Christ to the world.

The emblem we receive when we make our vows: behind the Bible (representing both the Word of God and print media) are a film reel and a radio tower (which were pretty avant garde when the emblem was designed in the early 70's); on the reverse is an image of St. Paul.

The emblem we receive when we make our vows: behind the Bible (representing both the Word of God and print media) are a film reel and a radio tower (which were pretty avant garde when the emblem was designed in the early 70's); on the reverse is an image of St. Paul.

The nuns of the Daughters of St. Paul in Brookline, Massachusetts by Michele.oliveira82, via Flickr

The nuns of the Daughters of St. Paul in Brookline, Massachusetts by Michele.oliveira82, via Flickr

Doll wearing habit worn by Daughters of St. Paul :: Catholic Sisters International

Doll wearing habit worn by Daughters of St. Paul :: Catholic Sisters International

Afternoon Tea with the Daughters of St. Paul

Afternoon Tea with the Daughters of St. Paul

▶ Daughters of St Paul ~ Bring Flowers of the Rarest - YouTube May Crowning song

▶ Daughters of St Paul ~ Bring Flowers of the Rarest - YouTube May Crowning song

1st profession Daughters of   St. Pauls

1st profession Daughters of St. Pauls

The Penance of Jane Shore by William Blake is hanging in St. Paul's Church, c1793.  Jane Shore, mistress of King Edward IV, is said to have been the daughter of Thomas Wainstead, a prosperous London mercer.  She was well brought up, and married young to William Shore, a goldsmith.  Edward called her the merriest of his concubines, and she exercised great influence.  After Edward's death she was mistress to Thomas Grey, Marquess of Dorset, son of Elizabeth Woodville by her first husband.

The Penance of Jane Shore by William Blake is hanging in St. Paul's Church, c1793. Jane Shore, mistress of King Edward IV, is said to have been the daughter of Thomas Wainstead, a prosperous London mercer. She was well brought up, and married young to William Shore, a goldsmith. Edward called her the merriest of his concubines, and she exercised great influence. After Edward's death she was mistress to Thomas Grey, Marquess of Dorset, son of Elizabeth Woodville by her first husband.

"You must be St. Paul living today" (Bl. James Alberione)   “The Pauline vocation demands that the Daughters of St. Paul keep watch, like sentinels, with our gaze fixed ahead, studying the ever-widening and continually changing horizons of communication.”  E-magazine of the Daughters of St. Paul

"You must be St. Paul living today" (Bl. James Alberione) “The Pauline vocation demands that the Daughters of St. Paul keep watch, like sentinels, with our gaze fixed ahead, studying the ever-widening and continually changing horizons of communication.” E-magazine of the Daughters of St. Paul

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