"I left drugs and found Jesus in my work"
Bruno lived in the world of drugs. He hit rock bottom and went through a rehabilitation process. And God showed Himself to him in the sacraments, in the homeless, and in his job in a supermarket warehouse.
"What more can I do?"
As we face a global health crisis, we may find ourselves feeling helpless or at a loss about the best ways to respond or react. What difference can one person really make to improve such a complex situation? The example of Joanna from Singapore shows that knowledge of one’s personal circumstances, a network of good friends, and a bit of initiative can go a long way.
The Creativity of Charity
How can I help assist those in need? Where do I start? This short documentary shows creative ways in which Catholics from various countries have responded to the needs of those around them.
Where God is "One More at the Table"
Paul has lived in Lebanon for the past few years, working for an NGO. A numerary of Opus Dei, he describes the apostolic work being done there as well as his personal impressions.
"They shared everything they had"
In his August 21 general audience, Pope Francis continued his catechesis on the Acts of the Apostles, focusing on the topic of solidarity.
Las Gravileas, a training center for women, has worked for sixteen years running intensive technical and business training programs for destitute women.
Metro Achievement Center: A Legacy of St. Josemaría
Guided by St. Josemaría Escrivá’s passion for social development and the education of youth, the Metro Achievement Center opened its doors twenty-five years ago in the heart of Chicago’s inner city. Metro is one example among many social initiatives inspired by Opus Dei throughout the world.