The Priests and Brothers of the Society of St. Paul use the modern means of communication technology to proclaim the Kingdom of God to the people
of today. This includes print publishing, Internet, digital communications, TV, radio, video and audio. We live a life in community and prayer,
professing the vows of poverty, chastity, obedience and fidelity to the Pope. Born of the Eucharist, we begin each day with prayer and the Eucharist (Mass) to ensure that
what we are is what we preach. Our day concludes with an hour of adoration and meditation in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament.
Are You Discerning a Religious Vocation?
We are looking for a few men like yourself who share certain values:
Technology and new means of media and social communications have greatly improved people's condition, yet they have fostered other problems, like distortion of truth and dehumanizing living.
These modern instruments of media and communication technology can be Christianized and made instruments of preaching Christ.
Take a closer look at our unique vocation, calling and charisim as part of your vocation search and discernment.
Click here, Vocations to learn more about how to join, eligibility, length of time and steps to
become a priest or brother in the Society of St. Paul.
WHAT IS NEW ON THIS SITE?
Feb 21, 2014: Vocation seekers living in the United States and in Canada are invited to subscribe FREE. The
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The coat of arms styled badge at the top/left of this page, though no longer used as an official logo, remains on many of our structures.