Number of articles: 50

For the Solemnity of Christ the King

A homily by Saint Josemaria published in "Christ is Passing By," given on 22 November 1970, the feast of Christ the King.

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"One Second of October": Anniversary of the Founding of Opus Dei

A meditation given by Saint Josemaria in Rome on 2 October 1962, on the feast of the Holy Guardian Angels and an anniversary of the founding of Opus Dei in 1928.

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Homily for the Feast of the Assumption

A homily by Saint Josemaria published in "Christ is Passing By," given on the feast of our Lady's Assumption into heaven, 15 August 1961.

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Newsletter No. 7: The Family as Inspiration and Source of Love

As we celebrate the Amoris Laetitia Family Year, we offer this Newsletter featuring Saint Josemaria and family.

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Cardinal Ratzinger's Article for Saint Josemaria's Canonization

"Letting God Work," an article by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, then the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, published in "L'Osservatore Romano" on 6 October 2002.

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Gathered Together in Unity

For the feast day of Saint Josemaria on June 26, here is a meditation he gave on Holy Thursday, 27 March 1975, eve of the 50th anniversary of his ordination and three months before his death.

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The Epiphany of Our Lord

Text and audio recording of Saint Josemaria's homily, given on 6 January 1956, on the meaning of the feast of the Epiphany in the Church.

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The Joy of Serving God

Excerpt from a meditation by Saint Josemaria dated 25 December 1973. Published in "In Dialogue with the Lord," pp.181-188.

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Saint Josemaría Escrivá’s Written Works and Preaching

An article by José Luis Illanes published in "Studia et Documenta" 3 (2009).

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Letters (I): New Volume in the Complete Works

A new volume in the Complete Works of Saint Josemaria has just been published in Spanish: four extensive letters addressed to the faithful of Opus Dei. An interview with the editor, Luis Cano, researcher at the Saint Josemaría Escriva Historical Institute.

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