Recent Projects

Forward in mission

By reorganizing our presence, we are stepping forward in mission with new focus, impact, and zeal. Here are some behind-the-scenes glimpses of our recent (and forthcoming) multimedia projects and their impact—made possible through your generous prayers and support.

God Loves the Autistic Mind breaks new ground as the first comprehensive prayer guide for those on the autism spectrum, written by autistic Catholic priest Fr. Matthew Schneider, LC.


Since its 2020 launch, The Daughters' Project Podcast has soared to nearly 50,000 episode downloads in 90 countries.

Sr. Bethany films Fr. Harrison Ayre during the creation of our new six-part catechetical video series Mysterion: The Revelatory Power of the Sacramental Worldview.

Over 50,000 people have been introduced to the ancient Christian practice of memento mori through the social media ministry, email reflection series, and bestselling books of Sr. Theresa Aletheia, whose work has been featured in the New York Times and Forbes.

Eight young Daughters of St. Paul published Millennial Nuns with Tiller Press, a division of Simon and Schuster, to share their vocation stories and the love of Jesus Christ with a wider audience.

Our social media ministry is finding creative ways to bring the joy of the Gospel into increasingly secular spaces like Instagram and TikTok—and reaching audiences like the BBC and the Economist.

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