Number of articles: 357

Holy Rosary

One December morning in 1931, Fr. Josemaría dashed off this small book in one sitting, just after celebrating Mass. He poured into these pages an example of his way of meditating the mysteries of the life of Jesus and Mary, and of reciting the Rosary. Parting with his reader, he confides, “My friend: I have told you just part of my secret. It is up to you, with God’s help, to discover the rest. Take courage. Be faithful. Become little (...) If you say the Rosary in this way, you will learn to pray well.”

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The miracle that made the Founder of Opus Dei a saint

The doctors of the Consultation committee have unanimously concluded that the cure indeed was scientifically inexplicable. There has never been a documented case of a cure of radiodermatitis.

Devotion and Favors

Sanctity through ordinary work

An article on Saint Josemaria and Opus Dei from the April 2002 issue of Living City, a magazine of the Focolare Movement. The article was published prior to his canonization on October 6, 2002.

Saint Josemaría

Giving Oneself in Family Life

"Through the teachings of the Founder of Opus Dei, I have grasped an important idea: we can only be really useful to others if we have self-discipline, control over our actions and reactions; in other words, if we are acquiring human virtues."

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In Love with the Church

The core of this book is three homilies on themes related to the Church, given in 1972-73, when the author suffered much over the confusion of the post-conciliar years

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Conversations with Josemaria Escriva

In the years immediately after Vatican II, interviews with Saint Josemaría appeared in various newspapers and magazines around the world, such as Time, Le Figaro, and The New York Times. In them the founder broached a number of topics, including the mission of the university, the role of women in the church and in society, and the nature and apostolates of Opus Dei

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Among the Poor and the Sick

Among the poor, the sick, and the children, he sought the strength needed to set in motion the immense project that God had placed on his shoulders that day. It was a school of suffering where his soul would be tempered to its mission.

Stories from His Life