Sanctifying with our Work

From Opus Dei
Sanctifying with our Work

“Sanctity, for the vast majority of people, implies sanctifying their work, sanctifying themselves in it, and sanctifying others through it,” the...

"Where charity is a reality"

From Opus Dei
"Where charity is a reality"

A recent roundtable at IESE Business School for Alvaro del Portillo's centenary recalled how he urged the “setting up of business schools all over the...

Mass at Site of Last Supper

From the Pope
Mass at Site of Last Supper

On May 26, Pope Francis celebrated Mass in the Upper Room, in Jerusalem. "How much charity has gone forth from here, like a river from its source:...

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From Mumbai to Pope Francis

From Mumbai to Pope Francis

Joshua Gomes is a Mass Media student at Mumbai University. He recently travelled to Rome to participate in an international congress on “The Ecology of the Human Person and His Environment”.

Refuelling my bike and my soul

Refuelling my bike and my soul

Nicholas Patankar was born in Goa and now lives in Mumbai, where he completed his Bachelors in Commerce and currently works as a financial analyst. He is a Cooperator of Opus Dei. Since when? Why? Let him answer.

Life in a University Residence

Life in a University Residence

Haseen S. Aswani, a Hindu, is a student of pharmacy and the dean of the Alsajara University Residence in Granada, Spain, a corporate work of Opus Dei for women

Message of the day

“Put Christ at the summit of all human activities”

Every activity - be it of great human importance or not - must become for you a means to serve Our Lord and your fellow men. That is the true measure of its importance. (The Forge, 684)

Work always and in everything with sacrifice, in order to put Christ at the summit of all human activities. (The Forge, 685)

Correspondence to grace is to be found also in the ordinary little things of each day, which seem unimportant and yet have the over‑riding importance of Love. (The Forge, 686)

You cannot forget that any worthy, noble and honest work at the human level can ‑‑ and should! ‑‑ be raised to the supernatural level, becoming a divine task. (The Forge, 687)

As...

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