Unity of Life in Professional Work

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Unity of Life in Professional Work

“Any honorable work can be prayer and all prayerful work is apostolate. In this way the soul develops a unity of life, which is both simple and...

"Graces for the entire Church"

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"Graces for the entire Church"

Nelida de Jesus lives in Amsterdam and works as a law professor. She is "sure God will grant many graces for the entire Church" with the beatification...

From Kenya to the NFL

From Kenya to the NFL

Indianapolis Colts rookie linebacker Daniel Adongo says that the spiritual and human values he learned at Strathmore School in Kenya have helped him...

"Eternally young"

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"Eternally young"

In a get-together filmed in Bogota, Colombia in 1983, Bishop Alvaro del Portillo insisted that we Christians have to be always young, with a...

"A Lesson of Love"

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"A Lesson of Love"

Angelique Ferrali is a Cooperator of Opus Dei who lives in Switzerland and teaches tennis. She recalls a Mass celebrated by Don Alvaro when she was a...

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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

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“Our Lord has crossed our paths”

Self-giving is the first step along the road of sacrifice, joy, love, union with God. And thus, a whole life is filled with a holy madness which makes us encounter happiness where human logic would only see denial, suffering, pain. (Furrow, 2)

Like Our Lord, I too am fond of talking about fishing boats and nets, so that we may all draw clear and decisive resolutions from the Gospel scenes. St Luke tells us of some fishermen washing and mending their nets by the shores of Lake Genesareth. Jesus comes up to the boats tied up alongside and goes into one of them, which is Simon’s. How naturally the Master comes aboard our own boat! ‘Just to complicate our lives,’ you hear some people complain. You and I know better, we know that Our...

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