Daniel Arasa has recently been appointed by Pope Francis as a consultant to the Dicastery for Communication in the Holy See. He speaks about his work as a professional communicator in the Church.
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In the early hours of April 16-17, 2021, Alvaro de Pedroso Siqueira, a young supernumerary of Opus Dei, died from Covid in São Paulo, Brazil. Testimonies soon began arriving from many friends who testified to how Alvaro had helped them come closer to God.
Focusing on the surprising story of Irene Kalpas, Pablo Perez, Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Navarra, talks about how the history of Opus Dei can be told through each of the persons who have found their path to God in this institution of the Catholic Church.
The Minerva publishing firm (1943-1946) was the first cultural initiative begun by faithful of Opus Dei. It was launched with great enthusiasm, under the direct encouragement of Saint Josemaría. The historical researcher Mercedes Montero recounts the origin and evolution of this project.
On Tuesday March 30 at 7 pm and Saturday April 3 at 10 am in Rome (UTC +2), live images will be broadcast from the prelatic church of Our Lady of Peace in Rome, where the mortal remains of Saint Josemaría Escrivá repose.
The three new Instagram accounts in Spanish, English and Portuguese will aim to show the attractiveness of the Christian message to today’s men and women in a language they can understand, and always with a positive and sometimes humorous outlook.
The feast of Jesus' presentation in the temple forty days after his birth, celebrated on February 2nd, has a long history in the Eastern and Western Church.
With the year for reflecting on the family set to begin in March, here is an article from the Philippines about the family as the foundation of society and the key to recovering from the pandemic.