"It is in the simplicity of your ordinary work, in the monotonous details of each day, that you have to find the secret, which is hidden from so many, of something great and new: Love.” Saint Josemaría
"It is in the simplicity of your ordinary work, in the monotonous details of each day, that you have to find the secret, which is hidden from so many, of something great and new: Love.”
In March 1937, in the middle of the civil war, Saint Josemaría spent four and a half months locked up with some members of Opus Dei and a dozen families in the Legation of Honduras, a building located very close to the Plaza de Emilio Castelar in Madrid, as it had diplomatic immunity. Those months of isolation were also a period of spiritual growth for Saint Josemaría and those who accompanied him.
In the Year of St. Joseph and of the Family, Oakcrest School in Virginia has dedicated an original painting of the Holy Family for the school's chapel.
To stress the family spirit of the home in Bethany where Jesus loved to stay, Pope Francis has established the memorial of Saints Martha, Mary and Lazarus, replacing the previous memorial of Saint Martha.
Leading up to Father’s Day this coming Sunday, featured here are dads taking the lead in a new family life podcast celebrating 500 years of Christianity in the Philippines.
With all the allure of glamour and fame, it might seem that Hollywood is the farthest one could get from a life of self-giving and service to others. But this program in Los Angeles seeks to equip young women with the skills and values they need to be catalysts of change in the entertainment industry.
In this podcast series, various historians speak about people and events in the life of Saint Josemaría and the history of Opus Dei. Over the next 10 weeks, a new podcast will be made available each week.
The Auxiliary Vicar of the Prelature traveled to Lebanon from the 9th to the 14th of September, sent by Monsignor Fernando Ocariz to express his closeness during the difficult period the country is going through.
Ordained last May, Pablo recently defended his doctoral thesis on the Church’s teachings regarding refugees and migrants. Pope Francis encouraged him personally to continue his concern for refugees.
An article published in "BusinessWorld" on 1 June 2021. Reflections on the value of human work from Pope John Paul II, Msgr. Fernando Ocariz, and St. Josemaria Escriva
The first women scientists from Africa who carried out research thanks to the Guadalupe Scholarship Program sponsored by Harambee were Dalene Kembabazi from Uganda and Celine Tendobi from D.R.Congo.
Based on the surprising story of Irene Kalpas, Pablo Pérez, Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Navarra, explains how the story of Opus Dei can be told through each of the people who have found their way to God in this institution of the Catholic Church.
We republish ‘Avvenire’'s interview with the Auxiliary Vicar of Opus Dei, Msgr. Mariano Fazio, in which he talks about his new book ‘Changing the World from Within’.
Fernanda Lopes (Brasilia, 1986) is the president of the initial Committee set up for the centenary of the Work. She has been part of the Central Advisory in Rome since September 2020.
Some resources for growing in love for Christ's real presence in the Eucharist, with words from Pope Francis, Saint John Paul II, Saint Josemaria and Bishop Javier Echevarria.
On the first Sunday after Pentecost, the Church celebrates the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity. Some resources for growing in devotion to the Trinity.