Youth Speaking Out: "God called me among my friends"
Pali, a law student in Uruguay, speaks about how she "discerned" her own vocation in Opus Dei. Fourth video in the series "Youth Speaking Out."
Synod Patrons: Young People on Path to Canonization
The Synod on youth and vocation has as its patrons young people who died in the last decades and lived a life of heroic virtue.
Synod for Young People: Words from the Pope and the Prelate
Young people raise questions, dreams and concerns about discerning their vocation in light of God's will. With advice from Pope Francis and the Prelate of Opus Dei.
Youth Speaking Out: "Where is God amid suffering?"
Carlos, who is studying economics in Valencia, speaks about coming to understand better the mystery of suffering through his friendship with Jorge Ribera, a 19 year old friend of his who is fighting a battle against leukemia.
Youth Speaking Out: "Do I speak with Jesus, or am I frightened of silence?"
Mariam is a young Kenyan woman who is studying engineering. She is convinced that we can listen to Christ who speaks to us in the ordinary experiences of our daily life.
"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.
Letter from the Prelate (8 June 2018)
The formation offered in Opus Dei is also addressed to young people, so that "they may be, now and for the rest of their lives, Christian leaven in families, jobs, and the whole of the immense field of human life in the middle of the world."