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Corruption is sweet but destroys

For the past few months the Kenyan Catholic bishops have launched a campaign against corruption. Its success will depend on how each one of us behaves when this kind of temptation comes our way. Below are ideas and examples of how some people have managed to stop this “pandemic”, possibly worse than COVID-19.

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An African Challenge

An African Challenge

Many diocesan priests from around the world go to Rome to study at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross. Kenyan priest Fr. Imo talks about his "Roman adventure" and his desire to learn how to better serve people back in Kenya.

Testimonials

An African Challenge

Many diocesan priests from around the world who go to study in Rome, as did Fr. Imo, would reside in the Collegio Sacerdotale Altomonte during the course of their studies.

Testimonials
“Some questions that troubled me as a mother and a believer”

“Some questions that troubled me as a mother and a believer”

Philosopher, theologian, mother and consultant for "Ediciones Cristiandad," Paula Hermida asked the Prelate of Opus Dei if he would be willing to answer some questions that troubled her about today’s world. The result is “Christians in the Society of the Twenty-first Century,” a book that considers 70 questions about the future of the family, the role of the Church, the evolution of Opus Dei, and even the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Peter's New Strength

Peter's New Strength

The first article in the new series “As in a Film.” After the Resurrection, in his conversation with the Risen Jesus beside the lake, Peter discovers the key to his own greatness.

As in a Film
Some Advice for Newlyweds

Some Advice for Newlyweds

Paz and Alejandro were married in May 1970, when Saint Josemaria was in Mexico for his pilgrimage to Our Lady of Guadalupe. Paz tells us how they managed to get him to participate in their wedding.