Finding Hope and Joy in a Pandemic: International Zoom Conference
From December 8-12, Parents for Education Foundation, a network of 15 schools in the Philippines following St. Josemaría Escriva’s advice on home and school collaboration, is teaming up with global institutions and speakers for a free international Zoom conference for parents, educators and youth.
Tech-Voc School Seeks to Spur Economy Beyond the Pandemic
Dualtech Training Center in the Philippines has been educating youth and providing workers for industry since 1982.
24 New Deacons: “Our Lord is calling all men and women to holiness”
Excerpt from the homily of Bishop Yanguas at the diaconal ordination of 24 faithful of Opus Dei, and also some words from the Prelate of Opus Dei after the ceremony.
The Minerva Publishing House
The Minerva publishing firm (1943-1946) was the first cultural initiative begun by faithful of Opus Dei. It was launched with great enthusiasm, under the direct encouragement of Saint Josemaría. The historical researcher Mercedes Montero recounts the origin and evolution of this project.
Juan Jiménez Vargas: The Dream Came True
May 18, 1992: two old acquaintances meet in the waiting room at Ciampino airport in Rome. The day before they had attended Josemaría Escrivá’s beatification. One was Juan Jiménez Vargas. The other was Don José Carlos Martín de la Hoz, who asked him: "Yesterday, when you saw that crowd in St. Peter's Square, what did you feel?”
Pedro Casciaro: the Story of a Sensitive Man
Pedro Casciaro was one of the first members of Opus Dei. He met Saint Josemaría when he was studying mathematics and architecture in Madrid. That restless, sensitive and somewhat cold young man, religiously speaking, began to form a closer relationship with God and discovered his vocation. It was the beginning of an exciting adventure and the path that led him to a full life, as José Carlos Martín de la Hoz recounts.