Interview: The Faithful Traveler

In our latest inerview, Diana von Glahn, “The Faithful Traveler”, shares with us the inspiration behind the exciting travel program she cofounded with her husband, David. With the Marian month of May upon us, and summer just around the corner, we are very grateful to Diana for taking the time to speak with us about […]

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The Apostolate of Suffering

By Chelsea Zimmerman The topic for discussion at my local Theology on Tap recently was evangelization and Christ’s instructions to His Apostles to go out and spread the Good News: Then Jesus approached and said to them, “All power in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go, therefore, and make disciples of […]

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Interview: Blogging, Family Life, and Resolutions

In November 2012, Lisa Schmidt, cofounder of “The Practicing Catholic” blog and social media expert, shared with us some great insights into the communion of saints in our everyday lives. In Part II of our interview with Lisa, she shares with the St. Josemaria Institute her savvy advice on blogging, social media, family, and resolutions: […]

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Interview: The Saints, Our Guides through Everyday Life

In October 2012, the St. Josemaria Institute interviewed Lisa Schmidt, cofounder of “The Practicing Catholic” blog and social media expert, about a special group of saints that she assembled to pray with and for her this year—she calls them her “Spiritual Board of Directors”.  In this interview, Lisa helps us go a little deeper on […]

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Interview: “Holiness for Everyone”

In July 2012, the St. Josemaria Institute interviewed author Eric Sammons who shared insights on the inspiration behind his book “Holiness for Everyone: The Practical Spirituality of St. Josemaria Escriva” as well as some helpful ideas for families on preparing for the “Year of Faith” declared by Pope Benedict XVI. SJI:  Your new book “Holiness […]

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The Vocation of Marriage

By Msgr. Cormac Burke Msgr. Cormac Burke is a priest of the Prelature of Opus Dei.  In 1999, after retirement from the Roman Rota, he returned to Africa where he teaches at Strathmore University, Nairobi, Kenya.  This article is published in “Faith”, vol, 43, no. 4 (2011), pp. 6-9. Marriage is a vocation; it is […]

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Footprints in the Snow | On St. Josemaria Escriva’s Call to the Priesthood

Celebrating the Anniversary of the Priestly Ordination of St. Josemaria Escriva, March 28, 1925! On January 9, 1918, Josemaria Escriva turned sixteen. The city of Logrono, Spain where he and his family lived at the time lay peaceful under a heavy snowfall. On one of those wintry days the young man looked down at the […]

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Novena for Work: An Interview

On October 10, 2009, Fr. Francisco Faus, author of the Novena for Work through the intercession of St. Josemaria Escriva, was interviewed by the St. Josemaria Information Center in Rome.  The “Novena for Work” has become a prayerful tool that hundreds around the world have employed in their search for work and in fulfilling their […]

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Interview: 10 Questions about the St. Josemaria Institute

In February 2012, the Executive Director of St. Josemaria Institute, Elia Rivera, was interviewed by the web-editors of the St. Josemaria information website in Rome (www.josemariaescriva.info). In the interview, she answers “10 Questions about the St. Josemaria Institute” and explains the mission and goals of this young non-profit organization in the United States. 1. When […]

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The Message of St. Josemaría: Particularly Relevant Ideas for Today’s Society

By Fr. Martin Rhonheimer The following article was written by Fr Martin Rhonheimer, Professor of Ethics and Political Philosophy at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome, and a priest of Opus Dei. It was presented at the Corporate Communication Professional Development Seminar, Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, on March 2, 2007. […]

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