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The Heart of Work

The Heart of Work

An Interdisciplinary Congress being held in Rome is exploring the human and supernatural meaning of work five hundred years after the Protestant Reformation and a century after the Marxist Revolution.

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October, Month of the Rosary

October, Month of the Rosary

The entire month of October is dedicated to the Mother of God under the advocation of Our Lady of the Rosary, celebrated by the Church on the 7th.

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"From an African Train": A Life Given to Africa

"From an African Train": A Life Given to Africa

Thirty years ago, in August 1987, a young member of Opus Dei managed to save the life of an African boy in Kenya – but lost his own in doing so. The story of that day is recounted by Miguel Aranguren in his book "Desde un Tren Africano."

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Saxum: First Phase Open

Saxum: First Phase Open

The Saxum Visitor Center still requires several months of work before opening, but the residential area (Saxum Conference Center) is finished and has just hosted its first activity. Some recent photos from Israel.

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Joaquín Navarro-Valls passes away in Rome

Joaquín Navarro-Valls passes away in Rome

Joaquín Navarro-Valls passed away in Rome this afternoon, due to pancreatic cancer. The former director of the Press Office of the Holy See died in his Roman residence, accompanied by the faithful of the Opus Dei Prelature with whom he lived.

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Preparing for Feast of Corpus Christi

Preparing for Feast of Corpus Christi

Bishop Javier Echevarria, who was born on June 14, 1932 and died on December 12, 2016, speaks about Saint Josemaria's devotion to the Eucharist in this video clip from a 2012 Holy Week gathering in Rome.

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Masses for Feast of Saint Josemaria (2017)

Masses for Feast of Saint Josemaria (2017)

Some of the bishops celebrating Masses for the feast of Saint Josemaria in the United States this year are Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of Galveston-Houston, Archbishops Gustavo García-Siller of San Antonio and Bernadito Auza (Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations), and Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted of Phoenix, Arizona.

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