"Either we learn to find our Lord in ordinary, everyday life, or else we shall never find Him.” Saint Josemaría
"Either we learn to find our Lord in ordinary, everyday life, or else we shall never find Him.”
Each saint is a mission planned by the Father to reflect and embody a certain aspect of the Gospel. What aspects of Jesus’ life do the faithful of Opus Dei seek to embody?
“The beauty of the vocation to form a Christian family brings with it a call to holiness that is not second-class, but first-class.”
Apostolate for a Christian is not simply a “task” or an activity that takes up certain hours every day. It is a need that stems from a heart that has become “one body, one spirit in Christ.”
There are as many stories of vocation as there are men and women. This article offers some signs that can help each person reach a conviction regarding his or her own calling from God.
St. Josemaría recalled how, when he was only sixteen years old, he discovered that his heart was asking him for “something great that is love.” This eBook can help people discern their personal vocation, since God has a plan for each of us.
"Our life too can share in the abundant fruit produced by Jesus’ life, if we show Him to others through our own life, if we let Him love with our own heart."
"This is the secret of a celibate heart: leaving behind a love on this earth in order to fill the whole world with the light of God's Love."
"The mission of parents is not limited to welcoming the children God gives them. It lasts their whole life, and has as its goal heaven." A new article in the series of vocation.
"At this moment when the human race is undergoing so deep a transformation, women imbued with the spirit of the Gospel can do so much to assist mankind." An article about 14 February 1930.
“This path can be summed up in one word: love. If we are to love, we must have a big heart and share the concerns of those around us. We must be able to forgive and understand; we must sacrifice ourselves, with Jesus Christ, for all souls."
The vocation to Opus Dei is a call to "interpret" personally a musical score, to play a divine music that has as many interpretations as persons.
Responding to God's plan for our life reveals our true name to us. A new article in the series on vocation.