Formally the Regular Clerks of the Congregation of Saint Paul. Religious congregation founded in Milan, Italy in 1530, by Saint Antony Mary Zaccaria, Barthelemy Ferrari, and Jacopo Morigia, with the special object of reviving zeal among the clergy. They preach, catechize, shrive, give missions, administer the sacraments, and educate the young in Italy, Austria, France, Czechoslovakia, Belgium, Malta, China, and Brazil.