One like Tomás

 One like Tomás

One day in 2010 my mother called me, very excited. “Lulú, now I know who we have to pray to for a boyfriend for you: Tomás Alvira and Paquita...

60 years ago in East Africa, Part 2

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60 years ago in East Africa, Part 2

25th of August 2018 will mark 60 years since Opus Dei started stable work on the continent of Africa, precisely in East Africa. This is Part 2 of a...

The Sinai Children

The Sinai Children

The very final day of the end of their last secondary school academic year, with very little time to rest, 35 young men closed their suitcases to get...

Grandparents are a treasure

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Grandparents are a treasure

These are the words Pope Francis spoke in one of his homilies back in November of 2013. And a group of young couples attending courses organised by...

Lessons Atop Mt. Kenya

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Lessons Atop Mt. Kenya

Every year, staff, students and friends from Eastlands College of Technology in Nairobi get together to climb the third highest peak in Kenya, at...

New Saxum Website

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New Saxum Website

The Saxum Center in the Holy Land, now near completion, has a new website with photos, videos, testimonies and abundant information about activities...

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Message of the day

“How many businessmen have become saints?”

You say it helps you a lot to wonder how many businessmen have become saints since the time of the early Christians. And you want to show that it is also possible today. The Lord will not abandon you in that effort. (Furrow, 490)

The sole objective of Opus Dei has always been to see to it that there be men and women of all races and social conditions who endeavour to love and to serve God and the rest of mankind in and through their ordinary work…

If you want a point of comparison, the easiest way to understand Opus Dei is to ...