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How is it structured?

○ Superior General SSP
○ Delegate General SSP
○ Major Superior SSP
○ Delegate of the Association SSP

○ Council of the Association on the national level

» Delegate of the Association SSP
» Coordinator (member of the Association)
» Secretary (member of the Association)
» Tresurer (member of the Association)
» Councilor (member of the Association)

 (Members of the Counci: at least two but not more than four.)


The Association of Pauline Cooperators is a branch of the Pauline Family, founded by Fr. James Alberione and made up of the following Institutions:

  • Society of St. Paul
  • Pious Society of the Daughters of St. Paul
  • Pious Disciples of the Divine Master
  • Sisters of Jesus the Good Shepherd (Pastorelle Sisters)
  • Queen of Apostles Institute for Vocations
  • Institutes Aggregated to the Society of St. Paul:
    • Jesus the Priest
    • Our Lady of the Annunciation
    • St. Gabriel the Archangel
    • Holy Family
  • Association of Pauline Cooperators

The members of the Association make its own the purpose of the Pauline Family, embracing “as externs” all the apostolic activities of the other Pauline Institutions to the point of integrally living the Gospel in the spirit of St. Paul, under the gaze of Mary, Queen of Apostles. The Cooperators of the Society of St. Paul, like the other Institutes of the Pauline Family of Father Alberione, are bearers of the common Pauline mission and is co-responsible for making known Jesus Master Way, Truth, and Life in the world.

Read more: Who they are

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.
Read more: What they do

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