Going Out to Meet the Bridegroom: Bringing Love to our Lenten Struggle

Be clever, spiritually clever. Don’t wait for the Lord to send you setbacks; go out to meet them with a spirit of voluntary atonement. Then you’ll receive them not so much with resignation (an old-sounding word) as with Love—a word which is forever young.” St. Josemaria Escriva The Forge, no. 225 Among the Fathers of […]

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The Deepest Truth About Ourselves: What the Lord’s Baptism Means for Us

“Do not forget: anyone who does not realize that he is a child of God is unaware of the deepest truth about himself.” St Josemaria Escriva “Friends of God”, no. 26 “You are my beloved Son; with you I am well pleased” (Mk 1:11). Immediately after Christmas, until the feast of our Lord’s Baptism, St John’s First […]

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Sowers of Peace and Joy | A Homily by St. Josemaria Escriva

Christian apostolate is not a political program or a cultural alternative. It implies the spreading of good, “infecting” others with a desire to love, sowing peace and joy. There is no doubt that this apostolate will produce spiritual benefits for all: more justice, more understanding and a greater mutual respect among men. There are many […]

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