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An Opportunity for Families

An Opportunity for Families

Jack and his family live in Kampala, the capital of Uganda. He gives some tips on how they have been coping with the lockdown, which has been a great opportunity to grow as a family

A Story from the End of the World

A Story from the End of the World

Luis, who lives in Peru, has had to travel to Antarctica several times due to his work. He says that being enclosed there was even more challenging than the quarantine many people have gone through recently.

Form Your Own Opinion and Speak Up

Form Your Own Opinion and Speak Up

In our podcast's latest episode, Princeton law professor Robert P. George talks about dialogue, being self-critical, and why you should have friends with whom you completely disagree.

Recent News
My Benin Food-Drive in the COVID-19 Pandemic

My Benin Food-Drive in the COVID-19 Pandemic

Ella, a recent graduate, shares her experience in assisting the needy in Benin City. Despite being in Calabar, she was able to work remotely in organizing a team of volunteers in Benin to provide palliatives and health and safety measures to some indigent people in Benin City.

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“Some questions that troubled me as a mother and a believer”

“Some questions that troubled me as a mother and a believer”

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.

From the Prelate