"Each day be conscious of your duty to be a saint. A saint! And that doesn't mean doing strange things. It means a daily struggle in the interior life and in heroically fulfilling your duty right through to the end.” Saint Josemaría
"Each day be conscious of your duty to be a saint. A saint! And that doesn't mean doing strange things. It means a daily struggle in the interior life and in heroically fulfilling your duty right through to the end.”
Setting out on a life-long journey requires careful preparation. Dulce and José María speak about the challenges of their own engagement, which ended with their wedding in May 2021.
Aurora, who is studying music in Portugal, talks about how her encounter with Christ in the Tabernacle, and a good Confession, made her life much richer.
Maria is studying medicine at the university. She is cheerful, enjoys life, has many siblings, and many more friends. At first glance, it seems a life to envy. Nevertheless, like everyone, Maria also has her Achilles heel.
Juan Arana is professor emeritus of philosophy at the University of Seville. He talks about his recent book “Theology for Unbelievers,” in which he relates his long path to the faith that ended two years ago.
Fran and Maria ended up working in the fashion industry by chance, since he was an historian and she had a law degree. For the last 25 years they have directed a prestigious school of fashion in Seville.
Last March, a few days after her 80th birthday, Agnieszka’s mother passed away in Warsaw from Covid-19. But the script that God was writing had a happy ending.
On a cold rainy day in Chile, Manuel found a prayer card of Saint Josemaría lying on the ground, soaked and dirty. It was the beginning of a close friendship.
Luis Chiva is director of the Department of Gynecology at the University of Navarra Hospital. Within the framework of the ‘Amoris Laetitia Family Year’ convoked by Pope Francis, he has begun organizing a symposium on Natural Fertility Awareness, which will take place in September.
Xavi Argemí is a young man who can’t walk or do the normal things other young people do. But he wants the world to know how happy he is. An interview published in the new online magazine "Adamah Media."
Teresa’s life was filled with many interesting activities, but amid all her busy days the question remained: What is expected of me in this life? Why am I here?
At the age of 16, Father James lost his sight completely. But not his inner light. Now 36 years old, accompanied by his faithful dog "Ibiza," he says that the spirituality of Opus Dei played an important part in the discovery of his vocation to the priesthood.
Sergio Larrinaga died several months ago. A few days later his father Manolo also died. This is the story of Eloisa, the mother of Sergio and the wife of Manolo.
A complicated life, built on drugs and constant lies... Alba shares the story of her conversion, and how a good friend helped her on the path to happiness with God.
Barbara, who was born in a non-practicing Lutheran family, found her way to God through the beauty of music and nature.
“Move fast! You’re in danger. Put what you need for three days in a knapsack. We’ll come back for you in a few minutes.” José Santos. a Portuguese doctor, recounts his dramatic experience during the recent floods in Germany.
Njoki, a Cooperator of Opus Dei living in Kenya, talks about helping a friend to become a Catholic amid the ongoing pandemic.
Alberto, who lives in Oporto, Portugal, is the son of a fisherman. A Cooperator of Opus Dei, he speaks about rediscovering the sacrament of Confession after 18 years.
This story of a wedding begins in Puebla, Mexico, where Rocio Rondero, a 27-year-old Mexican woman, met René, who had come from Gijon in northwestern Spain to work in Mexico.