An article published in El Mundo about Fermin, a supernumerary of the Prelature who spent over 20 years working as a volunteer at the Laguna Hospice Care Center in Madrid, and who died last week due to the coronavirus.
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Interview with Isabel Sanchez, Secretary of the Central Advisory of Opus Dei, in El Mundo, Spain's second most-read daily newspaper.
As of this morning, the Catholic Church has a new Blessed: the Spanish chemist and researcher Guadalupe Ortiz de Landázuri (1916-1975), a member of Opus Dei who was beatified in a ceremony presided over by Cardinal Becciu, prefect of the Congregation of the Causes of the Saints, held in Madrid at 11 am this morning at the Vistalegre Arena.
The Information Handbook is a publication of the Information Office of Opus Dei and is published to help journalists and other media professionals. It contains a summary of the nature, history and organisation of the Opus Dei Prelature, an institution of the Roman Catholic Church.
Father Roger Landry, a priest of the Fall River diocese and member of the Priestly Society of the Holy Cross, has published a book that was reviewed recently in the "Boston Pilot."
Translation of an interview with Monsignor Guillaume Derville, spiritual director of the Prelature of Opus Dei, published in "Aymeric Pourbaix" (for the French agency i.media) on January 21st.
This evening, Pope Francis confirmed Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz as the new Prelate of Opus Dei, following his election earlier in the day during the elective congress. He is the third successor to Saint Josemaria.