The Prelate invites us to pray with Blessed Alvaro: "Thank you, forgive me, help me more." He suggests that we ask especially for peace in the world and for the upcoming Synod on the family.
My dear children: may Jesus watch over my daughters and sons for me!
Ut in gratiarum semper actione maneamus! Let us unite our hearts to St. Josemaría's unceasing thanksgiving in Heaven, especially now for the unity of the Work that we have sensed so visibly with the beatification of our beloved Don Alvaro: the more thanks we give to God, the more closely we will unite ourselves to his ...
"Human life - your life - and its humdrum, ordinary business, have a meaning which is divine, which belongs to eternity.”