Tags: Ordinary life
Publish byThe Catholic Key, Newspaper of de Diocese of Kansas City
The “toil” of work is not God’s original plan
My title is deliberately provocative. We are all familiar with the more common expression “Thank God, it’s Friday!” We all meet people who are forced to [...]
Tags: Opus Dei, Work, Ordinary life
On April 4th, a day-long conference will be held in Washington with speakers and panels talking about how aspects of St. Josemaría’s message have impacted their lives.
On the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the founding of Opus Dei and the 60th anniversary of its [...]
Tags: Ordinary life
Msgr. Fernando Ocáriz is a theologian and is also the Vicar General of Opus Dei. This Zenit interview was held on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the establishment of Opus Dei as a personal prelature.
In this Zenit interview held on the occasion of [...]
Tags: Passionately Loving the World, Freedom, Opus Dei prelature, Ordinary life
Scott Hahn, the popular Catholic author and speaker, has published a book about Opus Dei and the theological background to the teachings of St Josemaría Escrivá.
Scott Hahn, Professor of Theology at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, USA, and author of Rome Sweet Home and many [...]
Tags: books, Opus Dei, Work, Ordinary life
People have sometimes said that Opus Dei was organised internally along the lines of secret societies. What is to be thought of such a statement? Could you give us, with this in mind, your own idea of the message you wanted to address to men [...]
Tags: Opus Dei, Holiness, Ordinary life
A new video showing the real Opus Dei will be released in New York on April 19 by the St. Josemaría Institute, with the title "Passionately Loving the World: Ordinary Americans Living the Spirituality of St. Josemaría."
April 17, 2006 The new program features Opus [...]
Tags: Passionately Loving the World, Opus Dei, Ordinary life
Interview with Peter Forbarth (Time) given on 15 April 1967
1. Would you explain the central mission and objectives of Opus Dei? On what precedent did you base your ideas for the Association? Or is Opus Dei something unique, totally new within the Church and Christianity? [...]
Tags: Passionately Loving the World, History, Opus Dei, Ordinary life
From its very beginning, Opus Dei’s only aim has been, as I have just described, to contribute to there being in the midst of the world men and women of every race and social condition who try to love and serve God and their fellow [...]
Tags: Passionately Loving the World, Opus Dei, Work, Ordinary life