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The stuff of martyrs: death shed new light on the life of a remarkable priest

On January 9, Opus Dei celebrates the birthday of its founder. In some places members also remember Fr. Sal Ferigle, who died on January 9, 1997. Fr. Sal started Opus Dei's work in the United States in 1949, and helped start things off in Japan in 1958 and in Australia in 1963. We now re-print an article about him from Catholic World Report.

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The Most Important "Business" is the Children

The Most Important "Business" is the Children

When John Paul II was speaking about the “gospel of work”, he was making us discover that work activities contain a supernatural horizon full of hope. Carried out with Christian meaning, that task is converted into a source of humanization for families, for business undertakings, for the whole of society

The Most Important "Business" in the children

When John Paul II was speaking about the “gospel of work”, he was making us discover that work activities contain a supernatural horizon full of hope. Carried out with Christian meaning, that task is converted into a source of humanization for families, for business undertakings, for the whole of society

A life of service to God and humanity

A life of service to God and humanity

Gabriela De Mello, a committed schoolteacher, made life-long impressions on people wherever duty called. ELAINE AZINGE, one of her charges at Queen's College, Yaba, Lagos pays tribute to the inspirational American who passed on in December 2004 aged 57.

The Feast of Corpus Christi in Rome

The Feast of Corpus Christi in Rome

At 7 p.m. today, Solemnity of Corpus Christi, Benedict XVI celebrated Mass on the square in front of the basilica of St. John Lateran, then led a Eucharistic procession to the basilica of St. Mary Major.

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New Priests in the Eucharistic Year

New Priests in the Eucharistic Year

Bishop Javier Echevarría ordained 42 new priests for the Prelature of Opus Dei in the Basilica of St. Eugene in Rome on May 21. The new priests come from Nigeria, the United States, the Philippines, and various European and Latin American countries.

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