Meditations: May 18, Feast of Blessed Guadalupe
Some reflections on the life of Blessed Guadalupe Ortiz de Landázuri that can guide our prayer on her feast day.
“The first women of Opus Dei were a revolution"
An interview published in "Diario de Navarra" with historian Inmaculada Alva, co-author of a recent book about the first women in Opus Dei.
The Suitcase on the Bus
Just before getting off my bus, I received a phone call from a friend of mine. I got off the bus talking to her, and suddenly realized I had left my suitcase on the bus.
Thank You, Guadalupe
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, my brother lost his job in March. In August, I “met” Guadalupe online.
A Discouraging Diagnosis
Acute pneumonia complicated by smoking led me to fear the worst about my mother's state of health.
First Women Scientists Receive Guadalupe Scholarships
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.
18 May: Blessed Guadalupe Ortiz de Landazuri
Some reflections on the life of Blessed Guadalupe, whose feast day is celebrated on May 18. The topics are: Guadalupe and ordinary life; each saint is a great work of God; the joy of following our Lord.
Blessed Guadalupe in Three Anecdotes
Blessed Guadalupe Ortiz de Landazuri’s feast day is celebrated on May 18, the day of her First Communion.
My Mother’s Health Insurance
For more than twelve years, my mother's health insurance reimbursed her for an expensive medication prescribed as part of her ongoing treatment for acute pancreatitis.
“What she has done will be told in memory of her”
Pope Francis said that sanctity is the “the most attractive face of the Church,” her most authentic image. An article about Blessed Guadalupe, whose feast day is on May 18.