Benedict XVI: the Crib and the Christmas Tree have a Christian MeaningBenedict XVI said that the crib and the tree are symbols that help us to remember Christmas’ true meaning: that God has become man in order to help us..
Bethlehem Ever Present in the TabernacleDuring the Christmas season, we see the Three Wise Men bringing gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. What can we bring the Christ Child? We can offer him the work of all human activities..
Fr. Robert GendreauFr. Gendreau is a parish priest in the archdiocese of Montreal and a priest of the Priestly Society of the Holy Cross. In this video, he talks about how Opus Dei helps him to better serve his parishioners..
Spe Salvi: encyclical on hopePope Benedict XVI’s second encyclical is on Christian hope. The title comes from St. Paul’s letter to the Romans: "in hope we were saved.".
Ordination of New DeaconsSome pictures from the ceremony held on November 24 in Rome during which 36 members of Opus Dei were ordained to the diaconate..
Ordenaciones de diáconosAlgunas imágenes de las ordenaciones de 36 fieles del Opus Dei, celebradas el pasado sábado en Roma..
36 Faithful of Opus Dei Ordained DeaconsThe new deacons come from 15 countries and were ordained today by the Prelate in the Basílica of San Eugenio in Rome. We present some excerpts from Bishop Javier Echevarría's homily along with the names of the newly ordained deacons..
Benedict XVI: read the Bible every day""Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ." Citing words of St. Jerome, the Holy Father advised all the faithful to read a passage from the Bible each day..
Pope Benedict XVI: "Every Christian is called to be a saint"On the solemnity of All Saints, the Holy Father stressed that not only all Christians are called to sanctity, but that every human being is called to be a saint..
Cheerful, even in the RubbleWhen the earth shook in Peru on August 15th, Isabel Gameros first gathered together the 11 members of her family. Then she went to help her neighbors. That evening she decided to say the rosary in the middle of the rubble, “Because God knows what is best.”.