Society of Saint Paul

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The Society of Saint Paul is a religious congregation which was founded in 1914 at Alba, in Italy, by Fr.Giacomo Alberione and was officially approved by the Holy See on 27 June 1949.

Its members are known as the Paulines, and in accordance with the mission assigned them by their founder, they communicate the Christian message with all possible means. They are present in 30 countries around the world and are active in many fields: editorial and bookstores, journalism, cinematography, television, radio, audiovisual, multimedia, telematics; centres of studies, research, formation, animation.

On 20 December 2002, Pope John Paul II, officially proclaimed the decree of Beatification on its founder, Giacomo Alberione.

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