Booktalk with the Daughters of St. Paul 

Mary, Mother of Apostles

How to live Marian devotion to proclaim Christ

Bringing Jesus to the world through the love and witness of his Mother

Did you grow up saying prayers to Our Lady at bedtime? Did you crown Our Lady or cherish the Rosary? Is there a special image or icon of the Mother of God that is dear to you? Did you become an adult with a special devotion to Mary? 

If this sounds like you, then you’ve probably spent the last couple of years wondering how we can renew our understanding of Our Lady’s role in the Church today in giving Jesus to the world, especially in the light of the New Evangelization. 

Now Fr. Guiseppe Forlai has brought together the Mariology of three great Catholics—Louis de Montfort, James Alberione, and John Paul II—to show how Catholics' approach to evangelization can be facilitated and enhanced through the support of the Mother of Apostles herself. 

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About the Daughters of St. Paul

The Daughters of St. Paul is a Catholic international religious congregation founded in 1915 in Italy that lives and works in 52 countries around the world and is dedicated to the apostolate of proclaiming Christ through the use of media. 

The Daughters operate Pauline book and media centers, media education centers, radio stations and internet channels, and related institutions across the globe.  

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