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Sharing in Jesus' Poverty

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."

October 2nd: Divine Inspirations

October 2nd: Divine Inspirations

In 1931, Saint Josemaria wrote down what had happened on the morning of October 2nd, 1928, feast of the Holy Guardian Angels, when he first "saw" Opus Dei.

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No Sign of a Malignant Melanoma

No Sign of a Malignant Melanoma

I am a professor at a well-known law school in Madrid. I am not a very practicing Catholic, but I do believe. Not long ago my wife discovered that she had a malignant melanoma, and the doctors said she needed surgery right away. As you will see, however, in the end, she never set foot in an operating room.

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IESE and the Social Role of a Business

IESE and the Social Role of a Business

“A business is a community of people that serves other people within a society of people." An address given by Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz at a conference entitled “The Company and its Social Responsibilities,” marking IESE's 60th anniversary.

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