Number of articles: 299

Opus Dei seen up close

July 2000

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January 2002 El Pais Interview

"The true measure of Opus Dei’s state of affairs is whether each member is faithful to Jesus Christ." In an interview, the Prelate answers questions about the Centennial of the Founder’s birth, peace in the world, and the Holy Father.

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June 26 in Rome

On June 26, the liturgical feast of Blessed Josemaria, Bishop Javier Echevarria celebrated a Mass in his honor in the Basilica of St. Eugene in Valle Giulia. Around fifteen hundred people attended the ceremony.

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Two saints united by love for Mary

Bishop Javier Echevarria, Opus Dei's prelate, speaks of Blessed Juan Diego and Blessed Josemaria Escriva.

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Become sowers of peace through a new evangelization

The Prelate of Opus Dei comments on the ever-growing need to improve culture and promote peace in our society, especially in light of the recent conflicts in Colombia.

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Sanctity in the world, the path of the laity

An interview with the Prelate of Opus Dei, Bishop Javier Echevarria

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I ask God for the miracle of peace

After the decrees of the miracles were announced, the Prelate of Opus Dei mentioned that the approval of a miracle attributed to the intercession of Blessed Josemaria is a cause of great joy for him. And he added, "Today, with Christmas only a few days away, I beg God to grant us the miracle of peace, a peace that sometimes seems impossible to attain..."

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Letter from the Prelate of Opus Dei on the tragedy in the United States

Bishop Javier Echevarria, the Prelate of Opus Dei, sent a letter to the Vicar of Opus Dei for the United States, Rev. Arne A. Panula, about the tragic events today.

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Blessed Josemaría's contribution to the Church and the world

"Through Opus Dei’s founder the church has been given a lasting, energetic message. As the Pope said, this message is 'destined to last in unchanging fashion, regardless of historical vicissitudes, as an inexhaustible source of spiritual light.'"

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