Saint Josemaria "Remastered"
In the last years of his life, the founder of Opus Dei met with large groups of people throughout Spain and Latin America. Many of those encounters were filmed and now, fifty years later, they have been remastered and can be viewed with a much higher visual and audio quality.
Increase our Faith!
In this brief video, Saint Josemaría urges us to ask God to increase our faith, hope and love.
St. Josemaria: Tips For Getting Along
In his preaching, the "saint of ordinary life" often made small suggestions on how to get along with others. Here is a selection of his ideas that could help at this time.
Four Videos for Saint Josemaria's Birthday
Saint Josemaria was born on 9 January 1902. Here are four videos about his life and teachings.
Sharing in Jesus' Poverty
October 4 is the feast of Saint Francis of Assisi, a good opportunity to meditate on the Christian virtue of poverty. "Love and practise poverty of spirit," wrote Saint Josemaria. "Be content with what enables you to live a simple and sober life. Otherwise, you will never be an apostle."
The Ascension of our Lord: audio of homily by Saint Josemaria
Audio recording of a homily by Saint Josemaria given on 19 May 1966 and published in "Christ is Passing By." Available in mp3 format.
Praying by the Nativity Scene with Saint Josemaria
Some words from Saint Josemaria on the true meaning of Christmas.
2nd Joyful Mystery: The Visitation
On May 31 the Church celebrates the feast of the Visitation of our Lady. "Blessed art thou among women and blessed is the fruit of thy womb! And how have I deserved that the mother of my Lord should come to me?" (Luke 1:42)
Audio: "On the Feast of Corpus Christi"
Audio recording in English of Saint Josemaria's homily "On the Feast of Corpus Christi," given on May 28, 1964 and published in "Christ is Passing By."
The Blessed Trinity
The Feast of the Blessed Trinity is on the first Sunday after Pentecost. St Josemaria teaches us to praise the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit: "Learn to have a special devotion to the Blessed Trinity..."