Archive: His message

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“Lord, I love you”

“Lord, I love you”

In order to love someone, we have to get to know them, converse with them, laugh and suffer with them. And this is what we need to do with Jesus Christ. St. Josemaría told him: “I believe in you, I hope in you, I love you, I long to be your friend…” (2:01)

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That all may be saved

That all may be saved

St Josemaria's homily "That all may be saved" published in Friends of God, is now available in mp3 format. "Our task as children of God is to get all men to enter, freely, into the divine net; to get them to love each other."

Video: The Gospel: Old Yet Ever New

Video: The Gospel: Old Yet Ever New

As a child, the Founder of Opus Dei loved to be told a story about robbers. Each time he was delighted to hear it again. And so it is with the Gospel which is always the same and alway new (Weekly video: 1 ’23”).

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Your Handicapped Child is a Blessing

Your Handicapped Child is a Blessing

A family needs affection and supernatural vision when caring for a needy person. St. Josemaría tells a mother that her mentally-handicapped child will draw her closer to God (Weekly Vídeo: 02’22”).

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“Jesus and his disciples”

“Jesus and his disciples”

How does Jesus approach us? Our Lord approaches us as he did his disciples: with affection, with naturalness, with patience in the face of our mistakes (0:59).

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St. Josemaría: All Day in God’s Presence

St. Josemaría: All Day in God’s Presence

With a lot of work to do, we can easily forget to greet our Lord and our Lady with words of affection. St. Josemaría suggested using “alarm clocks,” small objects or pictures that remind us of God’s presence (01’38”).

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St. Josemaría: Teaching Children Temperance

St. Josemaría: Teaching Children Temperance

Teaching children Christian virtues such as temperance requires tact, affection, patience and a lot of personal piety. That is what the Founder of Opus Dei tells a mother in this video (01’14”).

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