Are We All Foolish Virgins Now?

Further nudging from the late sainted Fr. Josemaria: Let us take a good honest look at our own lives. How is it that sometimes we just can’t find those few minutes it would take to finish lovingly the work we have to do, which is the very means of our sanctification? Why do we neglect [Read More...]

‘All of Us … Are Called to Sanctity’

Speaking of Saint Josemaria Escriva on his feast day this past week, Timothy Cardinal Dolan talked about Escriva and his message of universal sanctification. Cardinal Dolan said, in part: The universal call to holiness is perhaps his greatest legacy. That all of us baptized members of his Church who consider ourselves to be redeemed by [Read More...]

Do We Remember the Angels?

We are never abandoned. Ever. You do not have to be Opus Dei to appreciate this work of faith in the angels: The struggle between good and evil—the sad inheritance of original sin—is a constant reality in human existence on this earth. Therefore, as an ancient prayer says, we want to ask our guardian angel: Sancti [Read More...]