England & Scotland
The Sisters of St. Paul minister in the following dioceses: Birmingham, Liverpool, Leeds, Westminster, Plymouth, Salford, Shrewsbury, Hallham, Brentwood and St. Andrew’s and Edinburgh.
Initially teaching in parish schools and contributing to parish life were the main apostolates. Nowadays, in the face of expanding needs, the Sisters serve in a variety of ministries, endeavouring to communicate God's unconditional love to all.
“I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full". John 10:11.
Geneviève Dupuis insisted that the Sisters were properly trained for their work but was conscious that training itself was not enough. She added “Love is the first principle of success".
In the UK the policies and procedures for the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults form part of the ‘One Church’ approach and the Sisters of Charity of St. Paul the Apostle are committed to following these directives. See the following link: Catholic Safeguarding Advisory Service (England & Wales)
In Scotland the Sisters of Charity of St. Paul the Apostle follow the guidelines and procedures in accordance with the Scottish Catholic Safeguarding Service.
The document ‘In God’s Image’ has been published to explain and to direct the approach to Safeguarding that is to be practised at every level of the Catholic Church in Scotland. www.scsafeguarding.org.uk