Number of articles: 384

Video: Saint Josemaría speaks about the founding of Opus Dei

Video clips of Saint Josemaría speaking about the founding of Opus Dei on October 2, 1928 (in Spanish).

Pray with Saint Josemaría

VIDEO: Fr. Bob Gahl speaks about Saint Josemaria's life

Life of Saint Josemaria Escriva, the founder of Opus Dei, told by Fr. Bob Gahl, priest of Opus Dei.

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Homily: "Passionately Loving the World"

A 1967 homily by the founder of Opus Dei that encapsulates his teachings, taken from "Conversations with Josemaría Escriva," Scepter, 2002.

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Devotion and Favors

Decree of Canonization of Saint Josemaría Escrivá

On October 6, 2002, Pope John Paul II canonized Josemaría Escrivá, calling him "the saint of the ordinary" and describing his teachings as "timely and urgent today."


Other documents

Other documents are available at the Saint Josemaría website.


Friends of God

A canticle to ordinary life, addressed to ordinary Christians, about the extraordinary surprise God has in store for them. This compilation was the first posthumous work of Saint Josemaría


Holy Rosary

One December morning in 1931, Fr. Josemaría dashed off this small book in one sitting, just after celebrating Mass. He poured into these pages an example of his way of meditating the mysteries of the life of Jesus and Mary, and of reciting the Rosary. Parting with his reader, he confides, “My friend: I have told you just part of my secret. It is up to you, with God’s help, to discover the rest. Take courage. Be faithful. Become little (...) If you say the Rosary in this way, you will learn to pray well.”


The miracle that made the Founder of Opus Dei a saint

The doctors of the Consultation committee have unanimously concluded that the cure indeed was scientifically inexplicable. There has never been a documented case of a cure of radiodermatitis.

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Sanctity through ordinary work

An article on Saint Josemaria and Opus Dei from the April 2002 issue of Living City, a magazine of the Focolare Movement. The article was published prior to his canonization on October 6, 2002.

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