Celebrating the FSP Centenary in Livorno

The Daughters of St. Paul were welcomed by Fr. Gabriele Bezzi, pastor of Sts. Peter and Paul Parish, Livorno, where they participated in a Eucharistic Liturgy celebrating their Centenary. Many members of the Pauline Family participated in the concelebrated Liturgy, which was presided over by Bishop Simone Giusti.
As an introduction to the Mass, Sr. Teresa Braccio, fsp, recounted the story of the Congregation: 100 years of committed service in every corner of the earth as apostles in the world of communication, striving to bring everyone “the charity of the truth.”
The Daughters of St. Paul, who have been present in the Livorno diocese for almost 70 years, are looking to the future with joy and hope, their gaze fixed on Jesus Master and their hearts filled with a burning desire to make him known to the people of today, who hunger and thirst for the Word of God–the only thing able to make contemporary society more human, united and happy. 
At the end of the Eucharistic Liturgy, Fr. Guido Colombo, ssp, warmly thanked the participants for their solidarity with the Daughters of St. Paul and the whole Pauline Family.
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