Prelate's Pastoral Trips in July and August

Prelate's Pastoral Trips in July and August

Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz will visit various countries in Europe during the next two months to be with the faithful and friends of the Prelature. Links to highlights and photos of each trip.

Who was Father Joseph Muzquiz?

Biography
Who was Father Joseph Muzquiz?

An interview with historian John Coverdale about Father Joseph Muzquiz, whose cause of canonization was opened in Boston by Cardinal Sean O’Malley.

Saxum: First Phase Open

Recent News
Saxum: First Phase Open

The Saxum Visitor Center still requires several months of work before opening, but the residential area (Saxum Conference Center) is finished and has...

Father Arne Panula Passes Away

Recent News
Father Arne Panula Passes Away

An article by George Weigel published in "National Review" about Father Arne Panula, former Vicar of Opus Dei in the U.S., who died yesterday after a...

Videos about Opus Dei

Members

Who are the members of Opus Dei? What is their daily life like?

Activities

How does Opus Dei help its faithful and those who take part in its activities grow in their Christian life?

Message of the day

“Christ may once more be set among the poor”

The mass have been going off down "the road of a justified discontentment" and continue to do so. It hurts ... but, how many we have caused to be disaffected among those who are spiritually or materially in need! Christ may once more be set among the poor and the humble: it is precisely with them that he prefers to be! (Furrow, 228)

A friend of ours used to say: "The poor are my best spiritual book and the main motive of my prayers. It pains me to see them, and in each one of them, Christ. And because it hurts, I realize I love him and love them." (Furrow, 827)

Jesus Our Lord loved men so much that he became incarnate, took to himself our nature, and lived in daily contact with the poor and the rich, with the just and with sinners, with young and old, with Gentiles and Jews. He spoke to everyone: to...

Personal Testimonies