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Guadalupe's Impact in Mexico

Guadalupe Ortiz de Landázuri was one of the first women of Opus Dei to come to Mexico. She was only in Mexico for six years, but it gave her enough time to start a student residence in Mexico City, a retreat center in Montefalco, and a school in Culiacán. Guadalupe will be declared blessed on May 18, 2019, in Madrid, Spain.

The Alviras: Newsletter No. 1

The Alviras: Newsletter No. 1

Tomas and Paquita Alvira, whose cause of canonization has been opened, gave effective example of what it means to "educate in unity of life," in accord with Saint Josemaria's teaching.

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Guadalupe's Vocation: 75 years ago today

Guadalupe's Vocation: 75 years ago today

On 19 March 1944, the soon-to-be blessed Guadalupe Ortiz de Landázuri asked to join Opus Dei. We offer a translation of the letter she wrote to Saint Josemaria Escriva on this day.

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Formulas for Holiness

Formulas for Holiness

February 10 is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Considering Guadalupe’s passion for chemistry, we are starting a series on some of her “formulas” for how to face the problems affecting professionals today: lack of time, stress, restlessness, fear, sadness…

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