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May 22, 2023 marks the FIRST ANNIVERSARY of the Beatification of our founder, Pauline Jaricot.
Over 200 years, the Pontifical Mission Societies were founded by Pauline Jaricot, a young girl in early 19th century France who organized “circles of 10” among family and friends, asking each to offer a daily prayer and a weekly gift for the Missions of her day – including the young and growing Church in the United States. Today, her vision continues, supporting more than 1,111 mission dioceses worldwide, mostly in Africa and Asia.
“Pauline Jaricot was a woman who loved Jesus Christ, letting Him, the Word of God, live, act and love in her and through her. We see in her a living testimony of the power of love for Jesus,” said Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples, in his homily at the Beatification Mass on May 22.
Three Lessons from Pauline Jaricot . . . There are many things we can learn from her remarkable life, including:
*Commitment to Mission every day.
*A Vision for the whole world.
*Life in Love.
CONTINUE HER LEGACY OF LOVE
WATCH THE MOVIE ON HER LIFE