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The Story of Strathmore University

Video. Strathmore College in Kenya was started in 1961, right around the time that Kenya was becoming independent. St. Josemaria encouraged those who were starting the university to resist racial tensions, and insisted that they start an inter-racial school. As he liked to put it, [...]
Tags: Apostolate, Education, Formation, University, school, development, enterprise, equality, lay, lay mentality, Video-clip, Kenya, Josemaria Escriva, first members, Video, Character, Christians in the middle of the world, Africa

Rosalia Lopez Interview

While you are working, say loving things to him Rosalia Lopez has lived in Rome since 1946, having moved there at St Josemaria’s invitation. Only a few months previously, she had decided to join Opus Dei, while she was working in the catering department or “administration” [...]
Tags: Love of God, Faith, Prayer, Pope, Presence of God, Service, Work, Character, Administration, assistant numerary

Really Human

Secular artists and saintly lives By John Wauck America Magazine You’ll be doing what Daniel Berrigan did in ‘The Mission.’” That is how the director Roland Joffé described my job as a consultant on “There Be Dragons,” a film he wrote and directed that features as one [...]
Tags: Faith, There be Dragons, Character

In the footsteps of a Saint

Catholic actor Charlie Cox is making waves across the Atlantic – and he’s about to hit the cinemas in his native UK playing a saint in a new movie. FAITH TODAY went to meet him. How does it feel to be a saint? That’s something no-one [...]
Tags: Forgiveness, Film, There be Dragons, Character