"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.”
On the feast of Saint Joseph, the Prelate of Opus Dei advises us to foster "the certainty of the impossible" that we see in the Holy Patriarch: "a man with a permanent smile who shrugged his shoulders."