Number of articles: 24

80 White Roses for Montse

Many people with devotion to Venerable Montse Grases celebrated the 80th anniversary of her birth in a special way to thank her for the favors received through her intercession.


Montse on EWTN's "They Might Be Saints"

On July 10, which would have been her 80th birthday, EWTN will air a show on Montse's life which will include remarks by the Prelate of Opus Dei and Monsignor José Gutiérrez Gómez, Vice Postulator for Montse’s cause of beatification.


Venerable Montse Grases: 2021 Newsletter

Montse Grases was born on 10 July 1941 and died on Holy Thursday, 29 March 1959. Montse's 2021 Newsletter is now available in pdf format.

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Lockdown with Montse Grases

Raymond, a physics major and a varsity-level chess player, discovered an inspiration for his own life of faith in the story of Montse Grases.


"Discovering the ever-youthful face of Christ"

On Thursday, 5 July 2018, Pope Francis authorized several decrees on heroic virtues, including those relating to two teenagers: the Anglo-Italian Carlo Acutis and the Spaniard Alexia González-Barros, who died respectively at 15 and 14 years of age.

Recent News

Montse: an Example for Young People

For the upcoming Synod of Bishops on "Young People, the Faith and Vocational Discernment,” Venerable Montse Grases is highlighted on the Synod's webpage as an example of fruitful self-giving to God.


The "Impossible" Job Offer

Through Montse’s intercession, I obtained a terrific job in a new city in two months.


Behind the Story of Montse Grases

Montse was declared "venerable" by Pope Francis on April 26, 2016. Drawing from a variety of materials, a new documentary is being prepared to better explain who Montse was, through photos and videos of her life as well as personal stories from her family and friends.


Newsletter for Montse Grases

Another step towards Montse’s Beatification, with the Decree on her heroic virtues and recent favours obtained through her intercession.


"Montse loved basketball and spread joy"

Pope Francis declared Montse Grases “venerable” one year ago. During a recent commemorative meeting in Rome, a number of people confirmed that her beatification process is continuing to make progress.