Mother House at Selly Park 
Selly Park Garden Tour
Foundress Genevieve Dupuis 
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Message from Sr. Kathleen Neenan  
Congregational Leader 
Welcome to our website where we invite you to explore who we are and to learn something about our life, our heritage, our mission today and the source of our hope for the future. 
Our life as Sisters is an on-going search for an intimate relationship with God that leads us to evaluate everything in the light of the Gospel and to find God in a life dedicated to the service of humanity. 
While the social and cultural milieu has changed enormously since our foundation by Genevieve Dupuis in 1847 the need for values and attitudes worthy of the dignity of the human person is no less apparent. Herein lies the challenge for our onward journey, a challenge we wish to embrace in the third millennium because we believe: 
'There is nothing we cannot master with the help of the One who gives us strength.' (Philippians 4:13) 

Our Mission Statement  

Rooted in Christ, we Sisters of St. Paul 
inspired by Genevieve Dupuis, 
seek to live the Gospel, 
in friendship and solidarity with others, 
using our resources to promote 
justice and wholeness. 
Religious Life is a Worthwhile Lifechoice 
SP in Cloour
Jesus still invites people to 'Come and See'. 
Could He be calling you? 
'Come and See' - St. Paul's Kilmallock, Co. Limerick. 
on Saturday, March 5th 2016  
from 10.00am - 4.00pm 
Enquiries: Sr. Teresa Murphy 063 98086 
Sr. Maureen Matthews: 01 4509660 
Email: mags123@tiscali 
Vocation group Kilmallock