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8 November: Memorial of Saint Severinus

The relics of Saint Severinus are preserved in Villa Tevere in Rome, where the central offices of Opus Dei are located. In the centers of the Prelature the votive Mass in honor Saint Severinus is celebrated on 8 November.

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New issue of "Romana"

The 75th issue of "Romana," bulletin of the Prelature of Opus Dei, from the second semester of 2022, has been published.

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Daily Gospel Commentaries

On 1 October, we began to publish daily Gospel commentaries as food for prayer about Jesus’s life and words.

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Daily Meditations Resume

Daily meditations are texts meant to feed our mental prayer, inviting us to stop and converse with God each day of the liturgical year.

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Motu Proprio Regarding Personal Prelatures

On the modification of canons 295-296 regarding personal prelatures.

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Feast of the Most Holy Trinity

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.

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Video Summary of the Priestly Ordinations (20 May 2023)

Cardinal Lazarus You Heung-sik, Prefect of the Dicastery for the Clergy, ordained 25 faithful of Opus Dei on 20 May in St. Eugene in Rome.

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Homily of Cardinal Lazarus You Heung-sik

Homily of the Prefect of the Dicastery of the Clergy in the priestly ordination of 25 faithful of Opus Dei on 20 May 2023.

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The Extraordinary General Congress of Opus Dei Comes to an End

274 faithful of Opus Dei met with Msgr. Fernando Ocáriz and his vicars in Rome to adapt the Prelature’s statutes to the motu proprio "Ad charisma tuendum." The conclusions will be presented to the Dicastery for the Clergy, the organism of the Holy See responsible for personal prelatures.

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The Extraordinary General Congress of Opus Dei Begins

From 12-16 April, 274 faithful of Opus Dei will meet with the Prelate and his vicars in Rome to study the Prelature's statutes and adapt them to the motu proprio "Ad charisma tuendum." In this apostolic letter, Pope Francis asked for some points in the document (which defines the Prelature's mission and regulates its life) to be renewed.

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