Tag: Fernando Ocáriz
Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz took part in the second edition of “Harambee Covid-19 Conversations,” a series of discussions among health care professionals from Africa, Europe and Latin America.
Philosopher, theologian, mother and consultant for "Ediciones Cristiandad," Paula Hermida asked the Prelate of Opus Dei if he would be willing to answer some questions that troubled her about today’s world. The result is “Christians in the Society of the Twenty-first Century,” a book that considers 70 questions about the future of the family, the role of the Church, the evolution of Opus Dei, and even the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This website will broadcast the solemn Mass celebrated by Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz in the Prelatic Church of Our Lady of Peace for the Feast of Saint Josemaria on June 26th at 7:00 pm (GMT+2). The Prelate will offer the Mass for those who have died during the pandemic.
Edited by Maria Aparecida Ferrari, it includes a discussion between Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz and scholars regarding St. Josemaría’s teachings on work.
In this second meditation for the month of May, Monsignor Ocáriz recommends looking at Mary as a model of how to be a better friend.
For the month of May, here is an audio (in both Spanish and English) and transcript of a meditation by Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz about the role of our Lady in our Christian life.
Transcript and audio recording in English of reflections by Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz on the meaning of Holy Week (third in a series of four).