PODCAST | Becoming a Grain of Wheat

Today on the podcast… Fr. Peter Armenio, a priest of Opus Dei, contemplates St. John’s definition of God as “infinite self-giving love” and how the more we willingly give of ourselves, the more we can experience the heart of Christ. “If the grain of wheat does not die, it remains unfruitful. Don’t you want to […]

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PODCAST | Bringing Christ to the Periphery

Today on the podcast… Fr. Peter Armenio, a priest of Opus Dei, reflects on Christ’s last words before his Ascension and explains that in the work of evangelization no one can be ignored — “out of a hundred souls we are interested in a hundred.” “What compassion you feel for them!… You would like to […]

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Lent 2017: A New Beginning

Beginning on Ash Wednesday 2017, the St. Josemaria Institute invites you to join us as we reflect on Pope Francis’s Message for Lent 2017: “Lent is a new beginning, a path leading to the certain goal of Easter, Christ’s victory over death. This season urgently calls us to conversion. Christians are asked to return to […]

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The Heart at Ground Zero: St Gregory of Narek and Speaking with God from the Depths of the Heart

Where does prayer come from? Especially prayer of the deepest kind with “sighs too deep for words” (Rm 8:26)? Is there a bedrock from which prayer rises utterly pure, sincere, and true? What Scripture calls “the depths” we could call the ‘ground zero’ of our prayer life—a place which few have explored and mapped as […]

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