In reference to the recent quake, the Prelate of Opus Dei has sent a letter to the Vicar of the Prelature in Ecuador, Msgr. Paulino Busca.
Pope John Paul II, in his recent Apostolic Letter on the coming Jubilee, has issued an energetic call to “penance and reconciliation,” encouraging...
How does the Opus Dei Prelature, given the current condition of the world, influence events, particularly in the Church?
Almost 75 years from its foundation, what is the root of the Work’s vitality?
How can one be joyful in a world like ours, where sorrow and injustice are so prevalent?
With respect to the human condition in the past century, St. Josemaría Escrivá maintained that “these world crises are crises of saints.” What is...
What do you mean when you say that the woman is the keystone of the family?
Msgr. Escrivá de Balaguer “democratized” holiness, something the Pope has recommended to the whole Church. But how can ordinary men and women imitate...
What is Opus Dei doing to promote the welfare of young people in the struggling countries of Africa so as to open more hopeful horizons?
If you were able to save only one of his maxims, which one would you choose?
Today there is a new interest in religion. How does the Work respond to this interior thirst?
On one occasion you spoke of an “authentic feminism.” What does that mean?
Are the members of Opus Dei supposed to do outstanding work and seek to be the best? Does one have to stand out in order to be a saint?
Is Opus Dei a conservative institution?
From the doctrinal point of view, is the Work traditionalist or traditional? And how does that fit in with Vatican II?
Following the attack of March 11 [in Madrid], you spoke of praying for the terrorists. Is it possible to pray for people who are capable of such...