Finding Meaning in Grief
To commemorate the 75th Anniversary of Opus Dei coming to Ireland, we have a series of 6 interviews from men and women across Ireland who wish to share how Opus Dei has positively influenced their lives. In our second episode, Gobnait O'Grady discusses the impact of grief in our lives and the lives of others, and how to help those who need our accompaniment and care during this difficult time in their lives.
Finding God in and through my family
Opus Dei arrived in Ireland 75 years ago, when a young Spanish engineer stepped off the ferry at Dun Laoghaire port, just outside Dublin City, to begin Opus Dei activities in Ireland. To commemorate the 75th Anniversary, we have a series of 6 interviews from men and women across Ireland who wish to share how Opus Dei has positively influenced their lives.
Locked in the Legation of Honduras
In March 1937, in the middle of the civil war, Saint Josemaría spent four and a half months locked up with some members of Opus Dei and a dozen families in the Legation of Honduras, a building located very close to the Plaza de Emilio Castelar in Madrid, as it had diplomatic immunity. Those months of isolation were also a period of spiritual growth for Saint Josemaría and those who accompanied him.
"Fragments of History": 10 Podcasts on the History of Opus Dei
In this podcast series, various historians speak about people and events in the life of Saint Josemaría and the history of Opus Dei. Over the next 10 weeks, a new podcast will be made available each week.
Characters in a Divine Story
Based on the surprising story of Irene Kalpas, Pablo Pérez, Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Navarra, explains how the story of Opus Dei can be told through each of the people who have found their way to God in this institution of the Catholic Church.