"Your ordinary contact with God takes place where your fellow men, your yearnings, your work and your affections are. There you have your daily encounter with Christ.” Saint Josemaría
"Your ordinary contact with God takes place where your fellow men, your yearnings, your work and your affections are. There you have your daily encounter with Christ.”
A video of Saint Josemaría to celebrate February 14, 1930, the day on which the Founder understood that Opus Dei was a path to holiness for all men and women.
In a recent interview with Olga Marlin, author of To Africa with a Dream and Our lives in his Hands, she started off by saying that “God, is a God of Surprises!”. Below is an excerpt of that interview
People join, remain in, and leave Opus Dei freely
In this brief video, several women speak about their vocation to Opus Dei, a call by God that gives new meaning to the events of each day.
Zenit’s exclusive conversation with Isabel Sanchez, the woman who occupies the most important position in the Opus Dei’s administration, who recently published and presented her first book ”Compass Women in a Forest of Challenges".
Ngozi and Silas Agbim were Mission Ambassadors for Harambee USA. Ngozi served as President of Harambee USA Foundation 2007-2013. She helped start the Uzommiri Study Centre Library in Enugu. Silas continued to support Harambee after Ngozi passed away. Both were committed to making the world a better place and were committed to their Faith through Opus Dei.
How do people join Opus Dei? Can they leave it again? This article explains some aspects of the stages of discernment involved in joining Opus Dei and the situations of people who leave it, as well as offering some reflections on the phenomena of vocation and accompaniment.
Who are the members of Opus Dei? What is their daily life like?
Rev. Fr. José Manuel Guzmán Gonzalez, a priest of the Prelature of Opus Dei, died in the morning of 8th of July.
Tekeleza is a Kiswahili word that means ‘to achieve’. The program, under Kianda Foundation, has been running for two years and has seen over 200 teenagers go through it. It aims at helping young girls understand themselves, lead themselves and influence others in order to create positive change in the world. The program has been run in Nairobi, Kisumu and Kitui.
Olga Marlin was a young graduate in education from University College, Dublin. In March of 1960, while drying dishes at Northbrook Residence the director of the residence told her “You know, the Father wants the women of Opus Dei to start the Work in Kenya and Japan very soon…”
A brief video about the message and purpose of Opus Dei.