In the third episode of the series “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 exercise of one's professional job or occupation.
Msgr. Robert Lozano (1932-2020), a Mexican, spent more than three decades in Africa. Most of those years were spent working and serving in Nigeria. But he also spent several fruitful years in Kenya where among other things he made the design drawings for St. Paul's University Chapel back in 1969. Msgr. Ignatius G. Sotos sheds light on the personality of Fr. Robert who passed away recently.
In the second episode of the series “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 life, striving to make the home bright and cheerful.
Ella, a recent graduate, shares her experience in assisting the needy in Benin City. Despite being in Calabar, she was able to work remotely in organizing a team of volunteers in Benin to provide palliatives and health and safety measures to some indigent people in Benin City.
Nkem Agboti, a lawyer in Lagos, Nigeria, speaks about the inspiration she finds in Blessed Guadalupe Ortiz's life, her discovery of family values, the need to bring the faith to her friends, the value of little things and her involvement in pro-life activities.
The Prelate of Opus Dei, Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz spent one week in Nigeria from 19 to 26 July 2018. During this time, he met with hundreds of faithful of the Prelature and their friends. This video is a quick snapshot of the packed week.