"I will never tire of repeating that we have to be contemplative souls in the midst of the world, who try to convert their work into prayer.” Saint Josemaría
"I will never tire of repeating that we have to be contemplative souls in the midst of the world, who try to convert their work into prayer.”
Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz has written a brief Christmas greeting for faithful of Opus Dei and friends.
"All Saints Day is the feast of that quiet and simple sanctity—sanctity without any human splendor—which seems to leave no trace in history, but shines forth before God."
"A Christian’s fidelity should be a grateful fidelity, because we are not being faithful to an idea but to a Person: to Christ Jesus, our Lord."
"What are you seeking?", our Lord asks young people. If we help them grow with a strong and healthy heart, they will hear Christ's call: "come and see."
Some words from Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz for the feast of our Lady's Assumption into heaven.
Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz has sent us a message from Enxomil, a conference centre in Portugal where he is spending a few days during his pastoral visit to that country.
The Prelate writes about the urgent need to strengthen and protect the family, with fortitude and optimism.
Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz invites us to accompany the Holy Father closely by our prayer on his trip to Fatima.
Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz writes about how to take full advantage of the upcoming days of Holy Week.
The pastoral letter contains the conclusions of the recent General Congress, held in January.