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Article of the Prelate about Mary Magdalene

Article of the Prelate about Mary Magdalene

Pope Francis has decided that the liturgical memory of Mary Magdalene will be elevated to a feast, like that of the other apostles. Her feast day in the Church is July 22. The Prelate of Opus Dei wrote this article about Mary Magdalene, the apostle to the apostles.

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Interview with Msgr. Fernando Ocariz

Interview with Msgr. Fernando Ocariz

Monsignor Fernando Ocariz, the first Assistant Vicar in the history of Opus Dei, welcomed me into his home at the Opus Dei headquarters in Rome. We talked about what being “Assistant Vicar” means with regard to the governance of Opus Dei, in the context of the 41st anniversary of the Founder’s death, Sunday June 26, 2016.

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Montse’s love for sports and the outdoors

Montse’s love for sports and the outdoors

Montse Grases (1941-1959) was recently declared venerable by Pope Francis. She loved to swim, ride a bicycle, play tennis, and hike in the mountains. With a group of friends her own age, Montse spent her summer vacations in Seva, a small town in the foothills of a mountain range north of Barcelona.

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Cheerful detachment from possessions

Cheerful detachment from possessions

Toni Zweifel, whose cause of canonization has been opened, grew up in a family that was quite well-off. He drove an expensive two-seater sports car that his father had given him for his eighteenth birthday....

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Audio of Prelate: Correcting those who err

Audio of Prelate: Correcting those who err

In this month's podcast, Bishop Javier Echevarria offers reflections on one of the spiritual works of mercy. "Fraternal correction is the duty of all Christians. When someone gives us a warning for our own good, we should see it as an expression of divine mercy."

Pope Francis' Trip to Armenia

From June 24-26, Pope Francis made an apostolic visit to Armenia, which in 301 AD became "the first nation to embrace Christ's gospel," thanks to the missionary work of Saint Gregory the Illuminator.

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Rethinking "Laudato si" in Shrine of Torreciudad

Rethinking "Laudato si" in Shrine of Torreciudad

At an international seminar held in the shrine of Torreciudad, scientists and religious leaders from 15 countries and 8 religious faiths have discussed the role that science and religion can play in caring for the environment.

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The Scanner

The Scanner

I want to share a favor I received through Dora del Hoyo: I needed to send some documents that I first needed to scan, and I could not get the scanner to work properly. I remembered that Dora had done me a favor once...

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Up-close View of University of Navarra

Up-close View of University of Navarra

Intrigued by "The Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College" recommendation of this university for Americans, journalist Adam Wilson recently visited it and gives his impressions.

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