"God calls us through what happens during our day: through the suffering and happiness of the people we live with, through the human interests of our colleagues and the things that make up our family life.” Saint Josemaría
"God calls us through what happens during our day: through the suffering and happiness of the people we live with, through the human interests of our colleagues and the things that make up our family life.”
We offer an extract from the interview given by Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz to the Croatian newspaper "Večernji list." “Criticisms, when they are well-founded, help us to be better,” he says.
Homily given by the Prelate of Opus Dei on 26 June 2021, the feast day of Saint Josemaría, in the Basilica of Saint Eugene (Rome).
The Eucharist, the aspiration "omnia in bonum" (everything is for the good!), and the sense of mission are the three topics of the homily at the Mass in the Prelatic Church of Our Lady of Peace in Rome (26 June 2020).
Homily given by Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz on August 20 in the shrine of Torreciudad. He celebrated the 50th anniversary of his priestly ordination on August 15, 2021.
An article by the Prelate of Opus Dei about International Workers’ Day that was published recently by "Aleteia."
Edited by Maria Aparecida Ferrari, it includes a discussion between Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz and scholars regarding St. Josemaría’s teachings on work.
An article by Bishop Javier Echevarria written in 2016 when Pope Francis made the liturgical memorial of Mary Magdalene a feast, like that of the other apostles. Her feast day is July 22.
A meditation by the Prelate of Opus Dei about the season of Advent and the feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary Most Holy.
On the feast of St. Joseph the Worker and International Workers’ Day in Europe, "Aleteia" has published an article by Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz about the true meaning of work as service to others.