The Daughters of St Paul are engaged in a variety of ministries, all using the media as a means of proclaiming Jesus Christ to the world.
The Daughters of St Paul began in Northern Italy in 1915, when Fr Alberione first gathered around him a small group of young women whom he prepared to carry out the printing apostolate.
Their story since runs parallel to the story of the extraordinary development of the media in the 20th century.
The website tells: 'Our beginnings were humble. We started out by printing and distributing Bibles and catechisms in a time when the Bible was not well known, nor its prayerful study encouraged among Catholics.'
Today their mission extends to the publication, marketing and distribution of books, music cassettes, CDs, videos, DVDs, magazines, periodicals and posters.
The Daughters maintain bookshops, produce radio and TV programs, and publish web sites, all of which carry a Christian message.
Their website contains news and information, as well as podcasts, prayers and more.
To visit the website and read more about their Pauline spirituality and works, CLICK HERE.