Archive: His message

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“Broken, but still of use”

“Broken, but still of use”

Even a broken soup bowl was a topic for St. Josemaría’s prayer. He said he was like a soup bowl, broken by sin and repaired—thanks to confession—to continue serving sound nourishment to others (1:58).

St. Josemaría: Dialogue with a Quechuan Indian Woman

St. Josemaría: Dialogue with a Quechuan Indian Woman

Condoray is a social project in Peru that gives occupational training to rural women, teaching them to sew, to raise crops, to run a small shop.... In this video a Quechuan woman tells St. Josemaría that her friends laugh at her because she goes to Mass (Video: 01’44”).

St. Josemaria: Freedom for our Children

St. Josemaria: Freedom for our Children

St. Josemaría always spoke a lot about freedom: granting it, defending it, knowing how to use it. Here he is asked: “How can we harmonize freedom and authority in raising our children?” (0’55”).

Mr Jose Escriva's business collapses

Mr Jose Escriva's business collapses

Mr Jose Escriva was Josemaria's dad. His business collapsed, and he had to take a job in Logroño. The family moved there in 1915. This segment is from an animated film on St. Josemaría's early life.

“Jesus, here is John the Milkman”

“Jesus, here is John the Milkman”

When St. Josemaria was a young parish priest, there was a milkman who entered his Church every morning for a few seconds. “Jesus, here is John the milkman.” To the young priest, that prayer seemed simple and beautiful (Weekly Video: 01’21’’).