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    Members of our Paulist Family share with us some of their stories

    Starting  a New Mission - Back in 1968:

    Fr Vincent Magro MSSP was one of the first Paulist Missionaries to be sent to Peru. Here he reflects on those first days, back in 1968. Today, "Padre Vicente" is still in Peru, happily ministering in a Parish in Arequipa.

    A New Beginning:

    Fr Lonnie Borg MSSP was one of the first Paulist Missionaries in the Philippines. He embarked on his new mission after years of ministry in Pakistan, accompanied by Fr Ivano Burdian from Australia.

    Evangelization Through music:

    Since his early days, music has been very much an integral part of the life of Fr Karm Debattista MSSP. For years now he has been using this God-given gift to proclaim Christ's message in a most effective way.

    Parish Life:

    Mary Farrell has journeyed from being a "visiting" parishioner at Our Lady of Victories, Horsley Park (Australia) to having a deep sense of belonging and commitment. Here she talks about the joys of being part of this "happy, caring family".

    Being Part of a Paulist Parish:

    Having lived all his life in the Paulist parish of Our Lady of Victories of Horsley Park (Australia), Damien Borg here reflects on how the Parish has helped him grow, and of his commitment to be a living member of the Parish.

    Living as a Religious Brother in Pakistan:

    Br. Dominic Borg MSSP is a professed Brother of the Missionary Society of St Paul. Here he tells us about his life and ministries in Pakistan, which is a predominantly Muslim country.

    A Migrant Chaplain in Australia:

    Fr John Taliana MSSP was sent from Malta to Australia while still studying for the priesthood. In his years in Australia he did both Parish ministry and migrant chaplaincy, besides serving for some time as Congregational Leader. Having experienced the reality of being a migrant himself has helped him to better understand the needs of migrants in Australia.

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    "I follow you wherever you go"