Welcome! We’re glad you stopped by to visit us because what you are about to learn and behold is truly a treasure, an adventure and invitation to embark on one of the most exciting journeys of your life! It is the discovery of your path to holiness, a call to be a saint, right here, right now, in our media saturated culture. And in case you have any doubt, yes, it is possible.


On June 29, 1917, our Founder, Blessed James Alberione, formed the Association of Pauline Cooperators – one of ten Institutes in the Pauline Family – as a group of lay men and women, single or married, from all walks of life, to follow in the footsteps of Saint Paul and actively participate in the spreading of the saving message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the people of today using the most modern means of communication. Blessed Alberione was inspired to follow the example of St Paul who collaborated with many men and women of his time to preach the Gospel. How much more this principle is needed today…


Pauline Cooperators are leaven in the bread of our world, they are the light in the darkness, they are the salt of the earth, living and giving Jesus right where they are in their work place, families, relationships and activities of daily life.

Pauline Cooperators are writers, teachers, actors, musicians, doctors, managers, government workers, entrepreneurs, lawyers, social workers, technicians, media professionals, nurses, maintenance workers…and the list goes on.

Pauline Cooperators, by their very lives, radiantly witness and point to Christ as the Way among many ways that one could follow in this life. They point to Jesus who is the Truth, among a plethora of truths. They embrace Jesus our true Life among many proposed fountains of life in our day and age.

Pauline Cooperators engage in a variety of evangelization initiatives with the different Institutes of the Pauline Family. The Cooperators collaborate with the Daughters of St Paul at their different locations in the United States and English-Speaking Canada.

Pauline Cooperators are able “to do” and “to be” all these things only because as members of the Pauline family they are born from, rooted in and nourished by Jesus in the Eucharist, the Word of God, the Sacraments and the teachings of the Church. They strive only to “live Jesus” with all that they are – mind, will, and heart – so at to “give Jesus” to all people.


So, if you are excited like we are about living your Catholic Faith, what are you waiting for? Join our Family today and take that next step to become a committed media apostle for Christ so that together, by our prayer, works and offerings in our everyday life happenings, many may come to know God, love Him and live for Him all their days!


We are praying for you and look forward to seeing you soon…St Paul, pray for us!

God is with you,        

Sr. Jacqueline Jean-Marie Gitonga, FSP

National Director of Pauline Cooperators

Daughters of St Paul


Meet Beth Lengel

Meet Beth Lengel

My name is Beth Lengel from Columbia, SC but originally from the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. I became a Pauline Cooperator in June 2019. How did I get motivated to become a Pauline Cooperator? It started with walking into the Pauline Book and Media Center in Charleston, SC and meeting Sr. Margaret Kerry. We left knowing about Blessed Alberione and the Pauline Cooperators. The rest is history!


What are the ways that we carry out the Pauline mission of evangelization as Pauline Cooperators? My husband Frank and I are career counselors and online trainers by profession and have an apostolate called "Catholic Roads:  Life is a Pilgrimage." We say that as we journey down this road, we encounter "Shrines, Wines, and Interesting People!"


Being Catholic is Cool!! Social media is a big thing with us. I went through RCIA three years ago, so I have been so-o-o-o excited to learn about the Catholic Faith and the beauty of the Church. Meeting the Daughters and becoming part of the Pauline Family has been such a rewarding experience! It has breathed new life into living our faith every day and opened opportunities to do more to use the gifts God has given us than we ever imagined possible. Words I would offer to anyone looking into a lay association...What a joy it is to be part of this family!  We never knew what we were missing. And many of the Cooperators around the country that we have met (and are still meeting and getting to know) have become great friends and precious parts of our lives.