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Spiritual Development

Annual Retreats

2022 -  St Benedict’s Church, Shatin

The APCs took a one-day retreat and learnt about how to live with the Holy Spirit in the world …

2021 -  St Paul House of Prayer

Another three-day retreat in St Paul’s House of Prayer …

2017 -  Retreat in Taiwan

Another three-day retreat in Taiwan after five years

2016 - Revisiting St Paul’s House of Prayer

This year, the APCs learnt silence, listening to God with their hearts …

2015 - St Paul House of Prayer

The APCs held their annual retreat in St Paul House of Prayer this year ….

2014 - Shek O Retreat House

Fifteen members attended the 3-day retreat. They  said prayers, participated in Adoration…

2012 - A spiritual and social encounter between Hong Kong & Taiwan Pauline Cooperators

A memorable and enriching weekend for the 18 Taiwan and Hong Kong APCs …


Talk on St Paul

Talk on the Gospel of Luke

Preparing for the Advent 2016

The APCs are now well aware of the themes of the four weeks of Advent ….

Miscellaneous Activities

2016 - Pilgrimage to Holy Spirit Seminary and St Thomas the Apostle Church

A pilgrimage was a journey of repentance and returning to God ….

About the APCs Spiritual Development Out-reaching Activities

Working alongside the Sisters in book displays


Nov 26 is also the feast day of our Founder, Blessed James Alberione. Fr Paul celebrated the feast day Mass in a joyous spirit of songs and petitions. Blessed James Alberione founded, not only the DAUGHTERS OF ST PAUL and the PAULINE COOPERATORS but also eight other institutes which we call PAULINE  FAMILY.

On this occasion we also celebrated the birthday of three Pauline Cooperators: Dominic Lau, Sylvia Cheung and Sylvia Lam. So it was fitting that we held a sumptuous pot-luck dinner. A new Pauline Cooperator remarked, “Wow, so many wonderful things to eat!” Yes, each one  contributed something and the total result is a surprising array of dishes and food fit for a king.

The event ended happily for everyone  Fr Paul also got a surprise gift. Since he likes icons very much, he received a spectacular icon calendar which I am sure he will treasure all the year round.

We have begun our Advent well, we shall continue to walk and pray with the Bible and with Mother Mary till we meet Baby Jesus in the manger and cradle of our warm hearts this Christmas.


For the past six months we had been looking forward to Nov 26. What was the big expectation?

Fr Paul Kam Po Wai, Director of Diocesan Youth Commission, had promised to talk to us about Advent, its meaning and how to live this period of expectation for the beautiful season of Christmas.

On Saturday, Nov 26, most of the Pauline Cooperators arrived. We also opened this Talk to friends and relatives so they too can have the opportunity to profit from this timely instruction.

Fr Paul’s way of teaching is an inter-active approach with audience participation. First he asked if we knew the themes for the four weeks of Advent. ALERTNESS, REPENTANCE, REJOICING AND EXPECTATION. He suggested that our constant companion for Advent would be the Bible where we  can hear God’s special words to us and the other companion is none other than Mother Mary. She carried Jesus in her womb, closest to her heart. So we would do well to invite her to walk with us and show us the way to the manger in our heart where Baby Jesus can be born.