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Pauline Books & Media Mission

Pauline identifies the apostolic ministries of the Daughters of St. Paul, a Roman Catholic congregation of pontifical right. We are consecrated women communicating Christ with our lives; we’ve collaborated for over 100 years with other religious, clergy, and laity to help people connect with Jesus Christ and the Church using all types of media. Following our model Saint Paul, we live Christ so that we can give Christ in today’s digital world.

With the help of our very dedicated lay employees and cooperators, Pauline Books & Media produces and distributes Church documents, faith formation for adults, saints/biographies, marriage preparation resources, spirituality, St. Paul Sunday and Daily Missals, and has a focus on St. John Paul II's Theology of the Body. Perhaps best known for our Catholic books for children and teens, we offer a wide selection with many award-winning titles in the areas of Bible stories, graphic novels, lives of saints, character-building fiction, stories that underscore values, catechetical resource material, and prayer books. We offer DVDs for children and adults as well as music from our award-winning Daughters of St. Paul Choir.

The Daughters of St. Paul number about 2,300 members worldwide and are present in 49 countries.

Pauline boos and Nedia

The Pauline logo identifies the values that are the foundation of all our works and choices regarding the apostolate.

In the logo, the globe expresses universality: the global village is the place where we communicate the Good News of the Gospel through the media. Ours is a mission that reaches out to all peoples, cultures, religions, and races.

The "P" represents Paul the Apostle, who carried all peoples in his heart. He is our inspiration, model, and guide. As Daughters of St. Paul, we dedicate our lives to the service of the Word, to communicate—as Paul did—the saving message of God's love to the men and women of today. "I have made myself all things to all people..." (1 Cor. 9:22).

"Pauline" is the name that expresses everything about us: to say Pauline is to say Daughters of St. Paul, women consecrated and sent to proclaim the Good News to the world using the instruments of social communication. It emphasizes our femininity and also our humility and simplicity. It is he, Paul, who is the great Apostle; we are his "disciples," his "daughters."