St Josemaría: Newsletter No. 27: Passionately Loving the Church
Throughout his life, St Josemaría Escrivá reflected an attitude of complete fidelity and service to the Church, “the same one Christ founded. It cannot be any other.”
St Josemaria Newsletter 25: A heart that only knew how to love
This Newsletter is dedicated to the teachings of St Josemaria on the virtue of charity.
Saint Josemaría Newsletter: Discovering God in the Family
The Amoris Laetitia Family Year convoked by Pope Francis will close on 26 June 2022, with the 10th World Meeting of Families in Rome.
Volume I of Saint Josemaría’s Letters
Volume I of the collected letters of Saint Josemaria Escriva is now available in English from Scepter Publishers.
Gathered Together in Unity
Saint Josemaria was ordained to the priesthood on 28 March 1925. 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.
St. Josemaria's Letters
Luis Cano works at the Saint Josemaria Escriva de Balaguer Historical Institute in Rome. In late 2020, he published a critical study of four unpublished letters that the founder wrote to members of Opus Dei past, present and future. This is a translated adaptation of an interview he gave on this volume of work.
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.
"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.
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.
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.