The Paulists seek to meet the contemporary culture on its own terms, to present the Gosel message in ways that are compelling but not diluted, so that the fullness of the Catholic faith may lead others to find Christ's deep peace and "unreachable quietness." Paulists do not condemn culture, nor do they try to conform the Gospel to it. Rather, we preach the Gospel in new ways and in new forms, so that the deep spiritual longings of the culture might find fullfillment in Jesus Christ. To this end, Paulists use printing presses, movie cameras, and the internet to give voice to the words of Christ - the Word himself - to a new generation of Americans.
THE SPIRIT AT WORK
We give the Word of God a voice in pulpits and print, on radio and television, on the Web and the wide screen.
We search out those who have no church home, and welcome home those who have been away.
We share the passion of St. Paul for unity in faith and solidarity in mission among all the baptized
the body of Christ.
We build bridges of respect and collaboration with people of other world religions. We welcome people of diverse racial and cultural backgrounds in our parishes, city centers and campus worshipping communities
The Gospel we preach calls for all the children of God to be treated with dignity and justice.
We are Paulists. Missionaries to North America