“It is worthwhile!”(I): A Force That Conquers Time
Fidelity is the virtue that arises in relationships between people – and therefore also with God – when we trust in the love of the other person.
A Door Opening to Mystery: the Athanasian Creed
The Athanasian Creed – also known by its first words “Quicumque vult” – is a summary of truths of the faith about the Most Holy Trinity and the Incarnation. Saint Josemaría used to pray and meditate on this text on the third Sunday of each month, to grow in his love for the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.
Very Human, Very Divine (XIV): To Give Light, True Words
Jesus and his first disciples showed a great love for the truth, with the certainty that the truth brings with it deep joy.
Professional Formation (V): Finding the Right Path
In the journey on our professional path, formation helps us to keep our focus on the supernatural goal, and to integrate successfully all the different human goods in our life.
What is the Consecration in the Mass?
"The Holy Mass is an infinite divine madness," Saint Josemaría used to say. The Eucharistic presence of Christ begins when the priest, "in persona Christi," pronounces the words of consecration over the bread and wine. This article is dedicated to the very heart of the Mass.