Pauline Family

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The Pauline Family is a Roman Catholic congregation of nine Institutes of Consecrated Life (religious and aggregated institutes) and an association of lay collaborators, founded by Blessed James Alberione from 1914 onwards.

Mission[edit]

The Pauline mission is to give the whole Christ, Jesus Master, Way, Truth and Life to the World using all suitable means of modern media, and more generally, to address the spiritual needs of the modern world in a modern way.

Members[edit]

The worldwide Pauline family consists of:

Five Religious Institutes
Four Aggregated Institutes
One association of lay collaborators
  • Association of Pauline Cooperators

Pauline Saints and Blesseds[edit]

  • Blessed Giuseppe Giaccardo (Timoteo) (1896-1948), Professed Priest of the Society of Saint Paul
  • Venerable Maggiorino Vigolungo (1904-1918), Seminarian of the Society of Saint Paul
  • Venerable Francesco Chiesa (1874-1946), Priest of the Diocese of Alba
  • Venerable Andrea Maria Borello (1916-1948), Professed Religious of the Society of Saint Paul
  • Venerable Maria Teresa Merlo (Tecla) (1894-1964), Cofounder of the Daughters of Saint Paul
  • Venerable Orsola Maria Rivata (Maria Scholastica of Divine Providence) (1897-1987), Professed Religious of the Pious Disciples of the Divine Master
  • Servant of God Stefano Lamera (1912-1997), Professed Priest of the Society of Saint Paul
  • Servants of God Francesco Ugenti (1913-1998) and Teresa Sivilli Ugenti (1914-1984), Married Couple of the Diocese of Bari-Bitento; Member of the Institute of the Holy Family
  • Servant of God Bernardo Antonini (1932-2002), Priest of the Diocese of Verona; Professed Member of the Secular Institute of Jesus the Priest
  • Servant of God Justin Daniel Bataclan (1986-2007), Seminarian of the Society of Saint Paul; Martyr

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