Our founder, Blessed James Alberione, founded our congregation to use the "most modern and efficacious means of media" to preach the Gospel.
As Daughters of Saint Paul, we are called in a special way to use the most modern forms of media to be a light in the darkness of the digital world.
We first began expanding our audiovisual production with The Daughters' Project in 2020. Since then, with your support, we've been able to upgrade a lot of equipment, commit more sisters to this work, and have slowly but surely begun producing new content. It's no longer a "project," but has become an integrated and essential part of our ministry. We have some big plans and ideas, which will only be increasing in number and quality over the next few years!
See a few samples of what you've helped us do below!
Over 100,000 downloads!
The first 50 episodes of The Daughters' Project Podcast have been downloaded over 100,000 times in 105 countries! In these past four seasons of the podcast, we've talked about the beauty of Catholic femininity, the Saints, the Sacramental Worldview, and encountering the love of God through his Word.
We worked with Fr. Harrison Ayre, author of the book Mysterion: The Revelatory Power of the Sacramental Worldview, to create a video series discussing the beauty, power, and call of the Christian worldview. Register here for a link and special code to download the full series for free!
Bringing the Sunday Mass readings and a brief reflection to all your favorite short-form video platforms. From Instagram Reels to YouTube Shorts and TikTok, we're helping people to encounter the Word of God wherever they happen to scroll.
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