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".
The Sisters of Charity of St. Paul the Apostle are fully committed to observe the Safeguarding Policies of the Catholic Church in England, Wales and in line with the standards, policies and procedures enunciated by Catholic Safeguarding Standards Agency (CSSA). Full documentation of these policies and procedures can be found on the Catholic Standards Agency website: www.catholicsafeguarding.org.uk
In addition the Congregation adheres to legislation, policy and guidance that seeks to protect vulnerable adults in England and Wales from the RLSS (Religious Life Safeguarding Service and the Charity Commission.
The Congregation has contracted the Religious Life Safeguarding Service and the CSSA to help us deal correctly with Safeguarding matters as well as being able to avail of specialised safeguarding services and advice.
The Sisters of Charity of St. Paul the Apostle are fully committed to:
• Recognising that everyone has a right to live their life free from violence, fear and abuse
• Ensuring the well - being of all individuals entrusted to our care
• Providing a safe and nurturing environment which recognises the value and dignity of all