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  • Novena for the Immaculate Conception - Opus Dei
    through to the end Saint Josemaría Home Contact Search home About Opus Dei Message Activities Opus Dei in the U S Organization History People in Opus Dei Priestly Society of the Holy Cross Cooperators Canonization causes Books and texts Videos about Opus Dei Safe Environment The Prelate Biography Pastoral letters Other documents News From the Pope Recent News From the Prelate Personal testimonies Social initiatives Saint Josemaría Biography Prayers and devotions Teachings of Saint Josemaría About Saint Josemaría Videos Christian life Getting to know our Lord Jesus Christ Summaries of Catholic Teaching Articles on Christian life Getting to know our Lady Other Resources Search About Opus Dei Message Activities Opus Dei in the U S Organization History People in Opus Dei Priestly Society of the Holy Cross Cooperators Canonization causes Books and texts Videos about Opus Dei Safe Environment The Prelate Biography Pastoral letters Other documents News From the Pope Recent News From the Prelate Personal testimonies Social initiatives Saint Josemaría Biography Prayers and devotions Teachings of Saint Josemaría About Saint Josemaría Videos Christian life Getting to know our Lord Jesus Christ Summaries of Catholic Teaching Articles on Christian life Getting to know our Lady Other Resources Search Close News Recent News Novena for the Immaculate Conception The Novena for the Immaculate Conception begins on November 30 We offer some texts and videos of Saint Josemaría to help grow in love for our Lady Recent News Dec 10 2012 print email facebook twitter ePub kindle The www josemariaescriva info website has gathered videos and texts of Saint Josemaría for each day of the Novena for the Immaculate Conception which begins on Friday November 30 To access this page click here Life of Mary I The Immaculate Conception All 20 chapters in the Life of Mary series www josemariaescriva info Featured

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  • 3 Novenas for St. Josemaria's Intercession - Opus Dei
    Pastoral letters Other documents News From the Pope Recent News From the Prelate Personal testimonies Social initiatives Saint Josemaría Biography Prayers and devotions Teachings of Saint Josemaría About Saint Josemaría Videos Christian life Getting to know our Lord Jesus Christ Summaries of Catholic Teaching Articles on Christian life Getting to know our Lady Other Resources Search About Opus Dei Message Activities Opus Dei in the U S Organization History People in Opus Dei Priestly Society of the Holy Cross Cooperators Canonization causes Books and texts Videos about Opus Dei Safe Environment The Prelate Biography Pastoral letters Other documents News From the Pope Recent News From the Prelate Personal testimonies Social initiatives Saint Josemaría Biography Prayers and devotions Teachings of Saint Josemaría About Saint Josemaría Videos Christian life Getting to know our Lord Jesus Christ Summaries of Catholic Teaching Articles on Christian life Getting to know our Lady Other Resources Search Close Saint Josemaría Prayers and devotions 3 Novenas for St Josemaria s Intercession Besides the Novena for Work that has resulted in numerous favors two other novenas are now available in English the Novena for the Sick and the Novena for the Family Prayers and devotions Jan 30 2012 print email facebook twitter ePub kindle The Novena for Work The Novena for Work is addressed both to those who are trying to find a job and also to anyone who wants to learn how to work better out of love for God and find Christ in their work The Novena for the Sick The Novena for the Sick with many quotes from St Josemaria s writings helps one to accept suffering with a Christian spirit uniting it to Christ s passion and death and asks God for a cure if such be his will The Novena for the Family The

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  • Opus Dei - Archive - Prayers and devotions
    Prayers and devotions Teachings of Saint Josemaría About Saint Josemaría Videos Christian life Getting to know our Lord Jesus Christ Summaries of Catholic Teaching Articles on Christian life Getting to know our Lady Other Resources Search About Opus Dei Message Activities Opus Dei in the U S Organization History People in Opus Dei Priestly Society of the Holy Cross Cooperators Canonization causes Books and texts Videos about Opus Dei Safe Environment The Prelate Biography Pastoral letters Other documents News From the Pope Recent News From the Prelate Personal testimonies Social initiatives Saint Josemaría Biography Prayers and devotions Teachings of Saint Josemaría About Saint Josemaría Videos Christian life Getting to know our Lord Jesus Christ Summaries of Catholic Teaching Articles on Christian life Getting to know our Lady Other Resources Search Close Archive Prayers and devotions All About Opus Dei The Prelate News Saint Josemaría Christian life Press room There are 7 results for Prayers and devotions Novena for Immaculate Conception With texts and prayers from Saint Josemaria a novena for the nine days leading up to the feast of the Immaculate Conception of Mary on December 8 is available in pdf format Prayers and devotions 11 27 2015 Prayer to Saint Josemaría Prayer for Saint Josemaría s intercession Prayers and devotions 03 22 2014 Novena for the Sick The Novena for the Sick with many quotes from Saint Josemaria s writings helps people to accept suffering with a Christian spirit uniting it to Christ s passion and death and asks God for a cure if such be his will Prayers and devotions 01 29 2014 Novena for the Family The Novena for the Family with many quotes from Saint Josemaria s writings seeks to help people grasp the greatness of Christian marriage and to sanctify family life imitating the Holy

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  • Opus Dei - Archive - Teachings of Saint Josemaría
    causes Books and texts Videos about Opus Dei Safe Environment The Prelate Biography Pastoral letters Other documents News From the Pope Recent News From the Prelate Personal testimonies Social initiatives Saint Josemaría Biography Prayers and devotions Teachings of Saint Josemaría About Saint Josemaría Videos Christian life Getting to know our Lord Jesus Christ Summaries of Catholic Teaching Articles on Christian life Getting to know our Lady Other Resources Search Close Archive Teachings of Saint Josemaría All About Opus Dei The Prelate News Saint Josemaría Christian life Press room There are 63 results for Teachings of Saint Josemaría play The Message of Saint Josemaria A documentary about Opus Dei s message and its founder Includes a previously unpublished clip from his homily Passionately Loving the World given at the University of Navarra on October 8 1967 Teachings of Saint Josemaría 06 21 2015 play Feast of Corpus Christi With the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ approaching we offer a video of Saint Josemaria in which he speaks about Christ s real presence in the Eucharist Short videos of the Founder 06 03 2015 play You are a temple of the Trinity St Josemaría tells us that we need to be aware we are a temple for the Blessed Trinity when we walk down the street or are at work or at home Short videos of the Founder 05 29 2015 play The Christ Child At Christmas 1972 Saint Josemaria takes a figure of the Christ Child in his arms and blesses faithful of Opus Dei in Rome Short videos of the Founder 12 31 2013 play Love the Pope In a get together in Venezuela in February 1975 Saint Josemaria insisted the we need to love the Pope whoever he may be because in him we see Christ Short videos of the Founder 03 27 2013 play St Josemaría Devotion to St Joseph The Founder of Opus Dei saw in St Joseph the strong and affectionate father that Christ wanted on earth He asked St Joseph to teach him how to stay close to Mary and to Jesus How he would have embraced the Child and kissed him Short videos of the Founder 03 23 2013 play Increase my faith in your Eucharistic presence In a get together that took place in Barcelna Spain on November 26 1972 St Josemaria talks about growing in our love for Christ in the Mass and the Blessed Sacrament Short videos of the Founder 11 19 2012 play St Josemaria The Meaning of Faith St Josemaria spoke about the mysteries and meaning of our faith in a get together held in Santiago Chile on July 7 1974 Short videos of the Founder 10 15 2012 play The Saint of Ordinary Life October 6 2002 Canonization A video of the canonization of Josemaría Escrivá whom Pope John Paul II described as the saint of the ordinary Length 22m 53s Download Real Player 18 4 Mb Windows Media 21 2 Mb QuickTime

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  • "The Tweetable Saint" - Opus Dei
    Saint Josemaría About Saint Josemaría The Tweetable Saint For Saint Josemaria s birthday on January 9 we offer some excerpts from an article published by Real Clear Religion entitled The Tweetable Saint About Saint Josemaría Jan 7 2016 print email facebook twitter ePub kindle From an article by Jerome Joseph Day published at Real Clear Religion on December 19 2015 adapted by josemariaescriva info I have a confession to make I once poked fun at a saint Back in my graduate school days as a layman I worked as a residence counselor in an Irish university setting Then most Irish universities provided precious few housing opportunities but some religious organizations operated hostels for students I found a spot at Nullamore a beautiful old Guinness family estate in the Dartry section of Dublin The hostel was run by a group called Opus Dei about which I knew nothing at the time My time there was enjoyable and I found members filled with good will and convicted faith Escriva s writings included the popular works The Way The Furrow and Christ Is Passing By They are filled with short pithy invocations injunctions and interjections designed to stimulate thought prayer and reflection In my youthful wisdom however I thought they were trite and too unsophisticated for a college graduate like myself How could all these economists government officials academics business executives bankers physicians and researchers take it so seriously I wondered My own sensibilities were formed at Saint Anselm under Benedictine influence The sober restrained approach to Catholic life intense not showy appealed to me If a monk wanted to read he turned to the Fathers of the Church major theologians papal or conciliar teachings the saints or always Sacred Scripture Two or three line maxims from Msgr Escriva Come on Yet the saint kept showing up Back in the U S within weeks of my return some of my buds from St A s decided to get together in Boston I made the three hour trek from North Adams east and arriving at the apartment of one of the guys I asked if I could change and clean up before we headed out No problem said he use my room and the bathroom next to it Neatly tucked into the bedroom s dresser on the mirror who should be looking at me Yup St Josemaria Time passed and several decades later I myself was a Benedictine monk at Saint Anselm Msgr Escriva had been canonized in 2002 as a real honest to goodness saint and technology arrived in the age of Twitter Tweets are those 140 character messages all short and pithy that politicians celebrities and even institutions put out sometimes on a daily basis Our college uses it the parish secretary uses it and most of my students use it Oh and who else Pope Francis as Pontifex All this left me somewhat conflicted I certainly realized I had undervalued Escriva missed the mark on Benedictine spirituality and underappreciated the impact

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  • Christmas 2015 - Opus Dei
    say because it makes me feel that you need me About Saint Josemaría Dec 21 2015 print email facebook twitter ePub kindle The Infant Jesus of Saint Josemaría Among the treasures of the Royal Monastery of Saint Elizabeth in Madrid is this seventeenth century wooden figure of Baby Jesus The Augustinian Recollect Sisters still have a vivid memory of Saint Josemaría then a young priest who was their chaplain from 1931 and rector of the Foundation from 1934 He wrote in his personal notes On my way out of the cloister they showed me in the vestibule a Christ Child which was a darling I have never seen a better looking Baby Jesus Totally captivating They uncovered it He has his little arms crossed on his breast and his eyes half open Beautiful I ate him up with kisses and would have loved to kidnap him He often used to ask them for the figure to take it home with him It was closely linked to many happenings deep within his soul favors and special graces Today the sisters still call it Father Josemaría s Baby Jesus In the book Immersed in God an interview with Álvaro del Portillo Cesare Cavalleri Princeton 1996 Msgr Alvaro del Portillo says that Mother Carmen of Saint Joseph remembers that when the Baby Jesus was in the sacristy of the church during the Christmas season she would often see how Father Josemaría would talk to it sing to it and rock it as if it was a real baby The Child Jesus wrote Saint Josemaría How this devotion has taken hold of me since I first laid eyes on that consummate Thief that my nuns keep in the vestibule of their cloister Child Jesus adolescent Jesus I like to see you that way Lord because it makes me more daring I like to see you as a little boy a helpless child because it makes me feel like you need me Christmas Carols and Saint Josemaría Saint Josemaría had very fond memories connected with the family s Christmas celebrations Together with his sister Carmen he would help his father put up the Nativity scene And the whole family sang Christmas carols together He remembered in particular the one which begins Madre en la puerta hay un Niño Mother there s a little boy at the door This carol has a chorus in which the Child Jesus repeats I have come down to earth to suffer The song stayed with him from the cradle to the grave When I was three years old he would say my mother would take me in her arms and sing me that carol and I would very happily go to sleep In his last years he would be visibly moved and would become totally absorbed in prayer whenever he heard this carol at Christmastime An English translation of Madre en la Puerta 1 Mother at the door there s a little Child Lovelier than the radiant sun Saying that

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  • "How can we help the Church?" - Opus Dei
    Opus Dei Priestly Society of the Holy Cross Cooperators Canonization causes Books and texts Videos about Opus Dei Safe Environment The Prelate Biography Pastoral letters Other documents News From the Pope Recent News From the Prelate Personal testimonies Social initiatives Saint Josemaría Biography Prayers and devotions Teachings of Saint Josemaría About Saint Josemaría Videos Christian life Getting to know our Lord Jesus Christ Summaries of Catholic Teaching Articles on Christian life Getting to know our Lady Other Resources Search About Opus Dei Message Activities Opus Dei in the U S Organization History People in Opus Dei Priestly Society of the Holy Cross Cooperators Canonization causes Books and texts Videos about Opus Dei Safe Environment The Prelate Biography Pastoral letters Other documents News From the Pope Recent News From the Prelate Personal testimonies Social initiatives Saint Josemaría Biography Prayers and devotions Teachings of Saint Josemaría About Saint Josemaría Videos Christian life Getting to know our Lord Jesus Christ Summaries of Catholic Teaching Articles on Christian life Getting to know our Lady Other Resources Search Close Saint Josemaría About Saint Josemaría How can we help the Church St Josemaria tell us that when we fight to overcome our selfishness we are helping everyone in the Church through the Communion of Saints About Saint Josemaría Jan 14 2013 print email facebook twitter ePub kindle Let s help the Church let s serve the Church let s love everyone and then things will go well And how will things do well How will we help the Church By trying as we say every day to conquer ourselves each of us We feel something dragging us downwards and we say No Upwards And if with God s grace we conquer we are helping everyone else through the Communion of Saints sending them arterial blood oxygenated

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  • St. Josemaria's First Communion - Opus Dei
    the U S Organization History People in Opus Dei Priestly Society of the Holy Cross Cooperators Canonization causes Books and texts Videos about Opus Dei Safe Environment The Prelate Biography Pastoral letters Other documents News From the Pope Recent News From the Prelate Personal testimonies Social initiatives Saint Josemaría Biography Prayers and devotions Teachings of Saint Josemaría About Saint Josemaría Videos Christian life Getting to know our Lord Jesus Christ Summaries of Catholic Teaching Articles on Christian life Getting to know our Lady Other Resources Search Close Saint Josemaría About Saint Josemaría St Josemaria s First Communion April 23 is the 100th anniversary of St Josemaria s First Holy Communion A brief video about this anniversary with words from Benedict XVI recalling his own First Holy Communion 69 years ago About Saint Josemaría April 23 2012 print email facebook twitter ePub kindle Josemaria s First Holy Communion from Life of St Josemaria for Children St Josemaria s parents had this card printed to mark his First Holy Communion It was the feast of St George the local patron saint in his school chapel the Piarists school in Barbastro He was just 10 years old His parents Jose and Dolores explained the Catechism to him He was also prepared by a Piarist priest who taught him a prayer that he remembered all his life and afterwards taught to thousands of people I wish Lord to receive you with the purity humility and devotion with which your most holy Mother received you with the spirit and fervor of the saints Not everything went well that day As was traditional a barber curled his hair with hot tongs But he gave him a small burn by accident Little Josemaria didn t say anything so as not to upset his mother and offered the pain up to Jesus It was a small sacrifice to prepare for that important day Years later he said that when he received Holy Communion he prayed for his parents and sisters and he asked Jesus for the gift of never losing him And his prayer was heard he always thought that that day our Lord took possession of his heart Benedict XVI asked Jesus for something very similar when he made his First Holy Communion He recalled this on 15 October 2005 in an encounter with children in St Peter s Square I remember my First Communion day very well It was a lovely Sunday in March 1936 69 years ago It was a sunny day the church looked very beautiful there was music There were so many beautiful things that I remember There were about 30 of us boys and girls from my little village of no more than 500 inhabitants But at the heart of my joyful and beautiful memories is this one I understood that Jesus had entered my heart he had actually visited me And with Jesus God himself was with me And I realized that this is a gift of love that is truly

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