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Links of the Month — Pauline Year

This post was updated throughout the Pauline Year.

June 28, 2008 to June 29, 2009 has been proclaimed by Pope Benedict XVI as the Pauline Year, dedicated to St. Paul, in preparation for the 2,000th anniversary of the apostle’s birth.

Mass for the feast of the Conversion of St. Paul will be said on January 25, 2009, the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time during the Pauline jubilee year.

The following links can help you and your family get acquainted with St. Paul:

Conversion of St. Paul: A wonderful description of the life of Saul/St. Paul the Apostle to relate to children from Catholic Culture

St. Paul and the Epistle Charades: This covers three excerpts from Paul’s Epistles and introduces children to some important things he said from Catholic Culture


S p i r i t u s G l a d i u s

Images of Saint Paul, Catholic Forum

St. Paul, Catholic Online

Paul, Who Are You? Daughters of St. Paul

Saint Paul the Apostle, Star Quest Production Network

Pauline Prayers, Society of St. Paul in the Philippines

Saint Paul, Apostle to the Gentiles, EWTN

In Paul’s Footsteps, ZENIT

The Tarsus Chamber of Commerce & Industry has the following, & more, on their website for the Pauline Year: about St. Paul, and the journeys of St. Paul.

CatholicMom.com has a coloring page featuring the symbols of St. Paul’s life and death on his shield.

………………… Added 6.11.2008:

Sts. Peter & Paul coloring page

A 30-Day Walk With Saint Paul — prayer and daily readings from the Missionary Society of St. Paul

………………… Added 6.23.2008:

Loyola Press has some brief articles on the life of St. Paul:

    10 Interesting Facts about St. Paul
    Cost of Discipleship
    Background information
    Temples of the Holy Spirit
    St. Paul the Apostle
    St. Paul on Making Moral Choices
    St. Paul and Prayer

Resources for the Year of St. Paul USCCB Committee on Divine Worship includes the following and more:

  1. A Holy Hour in Honor of St. Paul, the Apostle

June Art Study – St. Paul at 4Real Education

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St. Paul Newlsetter prepared by Pauline Sisters in California

Books for the Pauline Year from Pauline Books & Media

………………… Added 6.28.2008:

Deepen your faith during the Year of St. Paul at Our Sunday Visitor

Year of St. Paul News from AmericaCatholic.org

Catholic News Agency has launched a special web site dedicated to the celebration of the Pauline Year

………………… Added 6.29.2008:

Now up, the Vatican site The Papal Basilica St Paul Outside-the-Walls

………………… Added 7.1.2008:

Direct from Rome, Basilica Papale San Paolo Fuori le Mura is the ultimate source for info and events related to the Pauline Year. Thanks, Easter!!

………………… Added 7.7.2008:

The Year of St. Paul, a beautiful Catholic Culture mini site containing links to documents, websites, pictures, prayer, books, and bible readings.

Our Sunday Visitor has some neat printables for kids:

    Fun facts about the Year of St. Paul for kids
    Prayer card
    Crossword puzzle
    Poster
    Eight-page coloring book

………………… Added 7.8.2008:

A 52-week scripture study for the Pauline Year from Footprints of the Fridge: Raising Little Men of God. The left sidebar has the complete list of weekly readings.

………………… Added 8.26.2008:

Women for Faith & Family has a beautiful Pauline Year prayer and more

………………… Added 9.24.2008:

Agape Bible Study has a 18 lesson online course on the Letter of Paul to the Romans. This course is organized into subjects of one week study per lesson.

………………… Added 10.14.2008:

Steve Ray’s Blog has a wonderful St. Paul timeline.
One of the earliest images of St. Paul.

………………… Added 10.17.2008:

A Catholic Mom in Hawaii’s Fine Art Friday post features St. Paul, formerly known as Saul of Tarsus, in various works of art.

………………… Added 10.25.2008:

In the footsteps of St. Paulis a very cool interactive online game on the Santuario de Nuestra Senora de El Pueblito website.

………………… Added 11.9.2008:

Visit the Pauline Spirit Blog for a thought a day throughout the Pauline Year. This blog is also available as a widget!

………………… Added 11.12.2008:

As the Church celebrates the Jubilee Year of St. Paul, the Diocese of Raleigh offers a series of podcast talks.

………………… Added 11.18.2008:

Charlotte over at Walting Matilda has made a beautiful St. Paul coloring page.

………………… Added 11.19.2008:

St. Paul Pantomimes help your students learn more about the life and ministry of St. Paul by performing pantomimes on key Scripture scenes.

………………… Added 12.3.2008:

Life of St. Paul video.

………………… Added 1.2.2009:

Our Domestic Church has instructions for a creating a wonderful 3d Year of St. Paul logo craft. An explanation of the symbolism is included.

………………… Added 3.8.2009:

In this free 6-lesson online audio series, The Gospel According to Saint Paul, Scott Hahn explores the rich theology of the “Doctor of the Gentiles.”

The lay Association of Pauline Cooperators share the spirit and mission of the whole Pauline Family.

………………… Added 6.26.2009:

Keeping a Light on for Pauline Pilgrims — Archpriest comments on closing of the Pauline Year.

At end of jubilee year, figure of St. Paul stands in clearer focus — The Year of St. Paul has left the Apostle a more clearly defined figure on the Catholic landscape.

………………… Added 6.29.2009:

Evidence Points to Authenticity of St. Paul’s Tomb — Pope Says Scientific Analysis Seems to Confirm Tradition

Pope: St. Paul Is a Model Priest — Reflects on Fruits of Pauline Year

………………… Added 7.2.2009:

Pope Benedict XVI: The Pauline Year, a Time of Grace
Pope Benedict during his Angelus address spoke about the Pauline Year which ends on Monday saying the year was a time of grace that showed the figure of Saint Paul be a man of extraordinary works and a great evangeliser. As the Pauline year ends the year of the Priest begins under the Patronage of St John Vianney Cure dArs.

The Holy Father noted that the Apostle Paul was an example of a priest totally identified with his ministry, conscious of carrying an incalculable treasure, that is, the message of salvation. The Pope went on to say that the priest has to be all to Christ and all to the Church, dedicating himself with love, like a faithful bridegroom to his bride.

Pope’s Pauline Catechesis Published
VATICAN CITY, JULY 2, 2009 (Zenit.org).- Benedict XVI’s 20 catecheses on St. Paul have been collected in a volume published by the Vatican publishing house.

The book was presented in Rome on Tuesday, just a day after the end of the Pauline Jubilee Year. It is titled “L’ Apostolo Paolo, Catechesi Paoline” (The Apostle Paul: Pauline Catechesis).

“It is not a random compilation,” said Cardinal Giovanni Lajolo, president of the Governor’s Office for Vatican City State, “but rather an organic whole, corresponding to a carefully studied program.”

One year ago today, the Holy Father started a series of general audiences catechesis dedicated to St. Paul. He presented the life, thought and teaching of the apostle during most of the audiences of the Pauline Year. The 20-lesson series ended Feb. 4.

Throughout these catecheses, the Pontiff considered themes such as justification, erroneous interpretations of Paul’s thought, the cultural context in which he taught, and his relationship with St. Peter.

7 comments to Links of the Month — Pauline Year

  • Hi Evann,
    I am a member of the Pauline family and I am impressed… Good post and I thank you!!!

  • Thanks, Easter, glad you like the links. And thanks for dropping by!

  • Hi Evann, I have one link you might want to add. Come and visit.

    You are simply wonderful! I’d be honored to mention this post of yours in the future. I thank you! :-)

    Love,
    Easter:-)

  • Easter, I do hope you will mention this page. I added the Basilica Papale San Paolo site. How on earth did I miss that one?!
    Thanks, and have a Happy Fourth of July weekend!

  • Ling

    I recommend that anyone who wants to learn more about St Paul take a look at this talk series from Canberra, Australia’s Archbishop Mark Coleridge “Christ Lives in Me” on St Paul at http://www.catholiclife.org.au/Year-of-paul-multimedia. The talk series is available via digital downloads and hardcopy and is accompanied by a PDF Study Guide. Very interesting and a unique take on the great apostle!

  • Karen Dorn

    Hello. Would you have any lesson plans on Incarnation and Redemption for midschool? I teach Rel. Education at St. Edward Parish
    Appleton, WI 54913
    Any help would be appreciated.
    Karen

  • I don’t, Karen, but you might try Resources for Catholic Educators.
    I see you are in Appleton. My family and I lived in Weyauwega for 2 years – right on the Wolf and Waupaca Rivers. It was great, but I sure don’t miss the cold! Good luck with your lesson plan search.

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