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Matrimony and Prayer

Matrimony and Prayer

"Marriage means leaving behind something you’re familiar with (single life) and entering into a world you may not be prepared for. That’s why prayer is so important." A new article in the series on marriage and courtship.

Human love
Governance

Governance

Opus Dei is governed by a Prelate, in accord with canon law and its own statutes. (Click on title above for fuller explanation.)

Governance
“God exists: I have met him”

“God exists: I have met him”

Alain Voirol, married, with 7 children, is a Swiss army electrical engineer who met Opus Dei while teaching in a technical school in Ivory Coast. He talks about how being in the Prelature has affected the rest of his life.

"Charity is first of all a grace, a gift"

"Charity is first of all a grace, a gift"

"The great commandment the Lord Jesus left us is the one about love: to love God with all our heart, with all our soul and with all our mind, and to love our neighbor as ourselves," Pope Francis said in his March 15 general audience.

From the Pope
"The Way" in Havana

"The Way" in Havana

"I asked our Lord not to let me die before once again being able to have this book in my hands,” recounts an elderly woman in Havana, Cuba. A new "Story about 'The Way.'"

Recent News
Choosing a Spouse

Choosing a Spouse

A new article in the series on marriage and courtship. "If marriage were about just a man and a woman perhaps it could be entered into with less foresight, but we are marrying the father/mother of our future children."

Human love
A Renewed Faithfulness

A Renewed Faithfulness

The feast of Saint Joseph highlights for us the beauty of a faithful life. "Saint Joseph was a faithful and just man because of the love that filled his soul and made him love the paths that God’s Providence had marked out for him."

Virtues
The joy of a sincere and true love

The joy of a sincere and true love

We celebrate the first anniversary of "Amoris Laetitia" with a collection of quotes from the Apostolic Exhortation which can help us reflect and take up the joyful challenge of the most important virtue.

From the Pope