Typography

The members of the Association cooperate in many ways with the Society of St. Paul, carried out with a Pauline spirit as indicated by the Founder: prayer, works and offerings.

In accord with the Society of St. Paul and having at heart the constant preoccupation of the Church, the Association strives to:

  • guide the members in the way of holiness;
  • promote the apostolic commitment by participating in the specific mission of evangelization of the Society of St. Paul through communication;
  • promote and engage in the other apostolic activities specific to the other Congregations and Institutes of the Pauline Family.

In living one's particular vocation, the Cooperator adheres to the Pauline ideal and tries to incarnate it in one's daily life:

  • by assuming, in the spirit of the beatitudes, the Pauline spirituality, having as models Jesus Master Way, Truth, and Life, Mary Queen of the Apostles and St. Paul the Apostle; and;
  • by cooperating through prayers, works, and offerings.

The Cooperator, to better respond to the personal call to holiness and mission, undergoes a two-year integral formation that commits oneself in its various aspects: human, spiritual-charismatic, doctrinal, and apostolic with specifically Pauline colour. The formation period concludes with the making of a Promise.