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“Jesus, here is John the Milkman”

“Jesus, here is John the Milkman”

When St. Josemaria was a young parish priest, there was a milkman who entered his Church every morning for a few seconds. “Jesus, here is John the milkman.” To the young priest, that prayer seemed simple and beautiful (Weekly Video: 01’21’’).

Increase our Faith!

Increase our Faith!

Increase our faith!, the apostles asked Jesus. In this video St. Josemaría says that we too should ask God to increase our faith, our hope, and our charity (Weekly video, 1’32”).

The donkey and young Josemaría

The donkey and young Josemaría

Rete 4, an Italian television station, recently aired an animated program on the early life of St. Josemaría Escrivá. This fragment shows how the young boy comes to understand the value of work by seeing a donkey hard at work (02'03'').

"The saint of the ordinary"

"The saint of the ordinary"

A 7 minute video about the life of Saint Josemaría Escrivá, who spread the call to sanctity in daily life and was called the "saint of the ordinary" by John Paul II. "We have to be contemplative souls in the middle of the world, who strive to turn our work into prayer," he often said.

”What do you want to leave in our hearts?”

”What do you want to leave in our hearts?”

“When you leave,” St. Josemaría was once asked,” what do you want to leave in our hearts.” He quickly replied: “That you be brothers and sisters to all creatures: sowers of peace and joy” (1:10).

“Lord, I love you”

“Lord, I love you”

In order to love someone, we have to get to know them, converse with them, laugh and suffer with them. And this is what we need to do with Jesus Christ. St. Josemaría told him: “I believe in you, I hope in you, I love you, I long to be your friend…” (2:01)

Video: The Gospel: Old Yet Ever New

Video: The Gospel: Old Yet Ever New

As a child, the Founder of Opus Dei loved to be told a story about robbers. Each time he was delighted to hear it again. And so it is with the Gospel which is always the same and alway new (Weekly video: 1 ’23”).

Your Handicapped Child is a Blessing

Your Handicapped Child is a Blessing

A family needs affection and supernatural vision when caring for a needy person. St. Josemaría tells a mother that her mentally-handicapped child will draw her closer to God (Weekly Vídeo: 02’22”).