Number of articles: 7

Jerry, Anglican Pastor and Cooperator of Opus Dei

Jerry is an Anglican minister who assists people fleeing from ISIS in the Middle East. He says being a Cooperator is a great help for him in his personal life and ministry.

Cooperators of Opus Dei

“Don’t forget the refugees”

Ordained last May, Pablo recently defended his doctoral thesis on the Church’s teachings regarding refugees and migrants. Pope Francis encouraged him personally to continue his concern for refugees.

Recent News

Prelate's Virtual Trip to Lebanon

Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz had the opportunity to visit online with many families in the Middle East, despite the ongoing pandemic.

From the Prelate

4 September: Day of Prayer and Fasting for Lebanon

"Let us pray for Lebanon as a whole and for Beirut. And let us demonstrate our closeness by concrete works of charity, as on other similar occasions."

From the Church and the Pope

Where God is "One More at the Table"

Paul has lived in Lebanon for the past few years, working for an NGO. A numerary of Opus Dei, he describes the apostolic work being done there as well as his personal impressions.

Personal testimonies

My Good Friend Saint Josemaria

Lebanese priest Fadi Sarkis never met Saint Josemaría but says they have become great friends. Fr. Sarkis, who lives in Beirut, is a member of the Priestly Society of the Holy Cross.

Priestly Society of the Holy Cross

Middle East's Best-kept Secret

An article by John Allen about the conversion of a young Muslim man in Lebanon to Catholicism, and the role played by a faithful of the Prelature in his conversion.

In the news