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Abashedly Accepted into a Feast

June 26, 2015 marks the 40th Feast Day of St. Josemaria Escriva, the founder of Opus Dei. Because of this Miss Mildred, a friend of Alyssa, invited us to attend the mass to be celebrated at the Manila Cathedral. 641 more words

Novice Work

An ordinary life

We live ordinary lives, don’t we?

We live through days that are quite mundane

Nothing spectacular, nothing too unusual

The days come and they go, from one year to the next… 140 more words

Gratitude

Living a life of sanctity

A Eucharistic celebration  is, in fact, a Mass of Thanksgiving, and last night was as good as any night  for me to be filled with the love of God as I gave Him thanks and praise. 380 more words

Personal

WHO IS ST. JOSEMARIA? FOUNDER OF OPUS DEI. THE PATRON SAINT OF ORDINARY LIFE. A Brief Biography & Link to Schedule of June 26 Masses Worldwide

WHO IS ST. JOSEMARIA? FOUNDER OF OPUS DEI. THE PATRON SAINT OF ORDINARY LIFE. A Brief Biography & Schedule of June 26 Masses Worldwide

On June 26, Masses all over the world will be celebrated in honor of St. 1,152 more words

God

BLOODY HELL ! BLEEDING HOSTS ?

An American Opus Dei priest writes a column in Sydney’s “Catholic Weekly” and a blog, which he humbly, self-derisively and accurately calls “Meditations and Mutterings”. One recent muttering concerns the intriguing question from a reader as to “why the Church has a second feast, in addition to Holy Thursday, in honour of the Holy Eucharist”. 366 more words

Effective Evangelism

A New York Times article about Rev. C. John McCloskey III: An Opus Dei Priest with a Magnetic Touch, who “makes converts of the rich and Republican.” I hope he has a counterpart who’s making converts among Democrats: 71 more words

Evangelism

Opus Dei Founder Holy Mass

Hey guys! Just a short post , please see below the details of Holy Mass in honour of the founder of Opus Dei.

Opus Dei is an institution of the Catholic Church that teaches that everyone is called to holiness and that ordinary life is a path to sanctity. 46 more words