“Dying to Live": New book reflects on the existence and joy of the afterlife
Fr John Flader, a priest of Opus Dei, dedicated his new book on the afterlife to an inspiring young woman who passed away on the very day he finished writing it.
Young Aussies at UNIV 2022
Last month in Rome, university students from around the world gathered to partake in the annual UNIV Conference. Held during Holy Week, this initiative was launched by St Josemaria in 1968 to encourage young people to reflect on, discuss, and address significant world issues facing humanity. This year the topic of the forum was “Rebuilding Together: The Strength of Human Relationships." Three young attendees from Australia write about their experience - Gerard Rajakariar, Carina Rodrigues and Joshua Lay.
Cyclone Harold destroys school in Vanuatu after our workcamp
In April this year tropical cyclone Harold hit Vanuatu destroying a huge portion of the town of Luganville on the island of Espiritu Santo. This town has played host to multiple workcamps run by study centres based in Australia and New Zealand.
A Winning Formula for Families
As expectations on parents to work more days and hours increases over the years, a group of families in Perth, Australia, responded with an ingenious initiative that maximises the quality of the time spent with their spouses, kids and friends.
Surprised by Mercy: Hamilton, New Zealand
As the plight of refugees attracts worldwide concern, students from New Zealand’s Rimbrook Study Centre do their bit to welcome them.
Finding Christ in the Middle of the World
In this series of seven short videos, Australians from all backgrounds speak about the message of Saint Josemaria and its impact on their daily lives.
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