1. Directional

  • Providing opportunities for encounter with self, others, God and the world.
  • Making resources available.
  • Facilitating the process of self-transformation.
  • Enabling them to discern their Vocation.
  • Assisting the students to discern personal charism and integrate it with the Charism of the Congregation.

2. Inspirational

  • Witness of personal life.
  • Challenging and supportive presence.
  • Personal maturity and integrity.
  • Sharing experience of God, commitment, Priesthood / Brotherhood, mission.
  • Witness of personal prayer life.
  • Witness of lived apostolic spirit.
  • Witness of personal values, integrated with professed values.

3. Educational

  • Providing academic information and necessary intellectual input.
  • Giving values and value clarification.
  • Developing necessary skills.
  • Offering professional training for our specific apostolate.
  • Performing one's duties as an expression of mission.
  • Giving pastoral orientation.

4. Transformational

  • Facilitating growth at various levels.
  • Facilitating clarity and integration of values and attitudes.
  • Clarifying and deepening motivations.
  • Encouraging personal maturity and responsibility.
  • Fostering tolerance towards shortcomings, failures, etc.

Facilitating freedom – freeing self from within and without.

Agenda Paolina


* FSP: 1962 ad Adelaide (Australia).


† FSP: Sr. Elena Ramondetti (1999) - Sr. Maria da Conceição Carneiro Azevedo (2008) • PD: Sr. M. Franca Riba (2007) - Sr. M. Nivea Maestro (2012) • IGS: D. Armando Pesaresi (1985) - Mons. Achille Palmerini (2000) • ISF: Giuseppe Izzi (2006) - Luciano Andreoni (2008) - Antonietta Poddi (2010).


 22/03/2018 When one is young, the main resolution should be this, to say the least: I shall learn with commitment all that they teach me:… for the apostolate, for study, for the Sacred Liturgy (CISP, p. 792).

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