75th Anniversary of Opus Dei in Ireland
Monsignor Cormac Burke, the first numerary vocation from his motherland, Ireland, spent many years - and indeed his last days - in that other land tucked away in East Africa, Kenya. He passed away peacefully on 22nd November 2021 and is now celebrating the 75th anniversary of the beginning of the Work in Ireland from our final homeland - heaven. Here are a few details into how he met Opus Dei.
New Video Series: "The Richness of Ordinary Life"
In this series of videos “The Richness of Ordinary Life” Prof. Regina Eya explains how the message of St. Josemaría about seeking holiness in ordinary life can be lived in the family, at work and in social life from the perspective of being a child of God.
Pat Anderson: spiritual guidance and roles of men and women in Opus Dei
An HR director for Opus Dei talks about the spiritual guidance Opus Dei offers, the roles of men and women, and becoming a numerary.
Virginia Hughes, wife, mother and lawyer, on joining Opus Dei
VIDEO: a lawyer talks about work and family life, why she joined Opus Dei, and what holiness means to her.