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Light, salt, and leaven

Light, salt, and leaven

"The Christian's task is similar to that of Christ's first disciples: to pass on the Good News by example and word." An article by Bishop del Portillo published in Issue XXVII of Catholic Familyland, 1998.

A priest and a father

A priest and a father

An article by Bishop Javier Echevarría, published in L'Osservatore Romana on the day Bishop Alvaro del Portillo died.

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Dora del Hoyo, first numerary assistant, dies

Dora del Hoyo, first numerary assistant, dies

Dora del Hoyo was born in 1914 in Boca de Huergaro, Spain. She moved to Rome in 1946 to help in the household administration of the first center of Opus Dei in the Italian capital. She is buried in the Crypt of Our Lady of Peace, the church of the Prelature of Opus Dei, located also in Rome.

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Vatican Declaration on Opus Dei

Vatican Declaration on Opus Dei

This is the Vatican document, issued by the Sacred Congregation for Bishops and approved by Pope John Paul II, that explains the fundamental traits of the Prelature of Opus Dei.

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