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About Pauline

What is behind the name Pauline? Why Paul? Of all the saints in the Church under whose patronage Blessed James Alberione could have placed our Congregation, why did he choose Paul, whose life and letters form such a large part of the New Testament?

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Mary Lea Hill, FSP

Sister Mary Lea Hill has been sharing her dry wit and offbeat wisdom with the Daughters of St. Paul since 1964. An experienced writer and editor, she has written a number of books including Prayer and You: Wit and Wisdom from a Crabby Mystic and Blest are the Stressed Secrets to a Happy Heart from the Crabby Mystic. Sister Lea currently carries out the Pauline mission in St. Louis, Missouri, and shares her signature humor with the rest of the world on Twitter @crabbymystic.

Mary Lea Hill, FSP's Books

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  • By (author)s: Mary Lea Hill FSP, Susan Helen Wallace FSP
    SKU/EAN: 12056
    ISBN: 9780819812056
    Pages: 304
    Product Format: Paperback / softback


    Structured around the four pillars of the Catechism of the Catholic Church—creed, sacraments, morality, and prayer—this guide presents the fundamentals of the faith in a handy Q&A format. This 8th edition reflects the revised Roman Missal and incorporates Church teaching on contemporary issues.

  • By (author): Mary Lea Hill FSP
    SKU/EAN: 59990
    ISBN: 9780819859990
    Pages: 192
    Product Format: Paperback / softback


    The “Crabby Mystic” directly approaches the pray-er with practical advice and humor. Even as you chuckle at her wit, she gives recommendations that will help any pray-er start communicating with God more readily.

  • Illustrated by: Mari Goering   By (author): Mary Lea Hill FSP
    SKU/EAN: 70366
    ISBN: 9780819870360
    Pages: 128
    Product Format: Paperback / softback


    Transforming suffering into sainthood, Edith Stein lived in the complexities of the Nazi rise to power with the simplicity of one who is confident in God’s loving presence. A Jewish convert to Catholicism who became a nun, Edith was deported to Auschwitz.

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