Pious Society of the Daughters of St Paul (Daughters of St Paul)
Pieuse Société des Filles de Saint Paul (Filles de Saint Paul)
Pia Sociedad de Hijas de San Pablo
Missionschwestern von Heiligen Paulus
Pia Sociedade Filhas de São Paulo
Pia Società delle Figlie di Santo Paolo (Figlie di San Paolo)
1915-06-15 Alba Italy
15 Jun 1915, Alba (Italy), by Pedro Giacomo Alberione and Tecla Merlo, as a Catholic religious institute of women. Diocesan approval received 15 Mar 1929. Pontifical approval received 15 Mar 1953. Also known as Institut Missionnaire des Filles de Saint Paul, and by English, French and Italian initials DSP, FSP and FSP.
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