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Pilgrimage to Our Lady of the Pillar

Our Lady of the Pillar is one of the oldest Marian invocations. We celebrate her feast day on 12 October.

Stories from His Life

6 October: Anniversary of the Canonization of St. Josemaría

On 6 October 2002, John Paul II canonized the founder of Opus Dei, who he called the "saint of ordinary life."

News

"One Second of October": Anniversary of the Founding of Opus Dei

A meditation given by Saint Josemaria in Rome on 2 October 1962, on the feast of the Holy Guardian Angels and an anniversary of the founding of Opus Dei in 1928.

Documentation

Escriva.org: a website for going deeper into St. Josemaria's message

St. Josemaria's writings provide insight for people seeking God in ordinary life. The first book, "The Way," was published in 1939. The launch of escriva.org allows for easy access to many of the founder of Opus Dei's writings.

Documentation

Ten Tips for Starting the School Year Well

Some advice from Saint Josemaria on how to get the most out of the upcoming school year.

News

The Scapular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel

July 16 is the feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. "Wear on your breast the holy scapular of Carmel," Saint Josemaria said. "Besides, how maternal the sabbatine privilege is!"

Fostering Interior Life

On the Feast of Corpus Christi

A homily given by Saint Josemaria on 28 May 1964, the feast of Corpus Christi, and published in "Christ is Passing By."

Saint Josemaría

Feast of the Most Holy Trinity

On the first Sunday after Pentecost, the Church celebrates the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity. Some resources for growing in devotion to the Trinity.

Recent News

10-Day Devotion to the Holy Spirit

Some practical ways to grow in devotion to the Holy Spirit during the ten days from the Ascension to Pentecost, led by the piety of Saint Josemaria and Pope Francis.

Saint Josemaría

Audiobook on Spotify: "Letters to a Saint"

A new audiobook of "Letters to a Saint," a selection of letters from Blessed Guadalupe Ortiz de Landázuri to Saint Josemaria Escriva, for the feast of Blessed Guadalupe.

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