In the Footprints of our Faith
As evening drew on, because it was the day before the Sabbath, a man called Joseph came (Mk 15:42-43). He was a rich man from Arimathea (Matt 27:57), a good and just man, a member of the Sanhedrim, who did [...]
Tags: Faith, Jesus Christ, Holy Land, In the footprints of our Faith
Rome Reports. To celebrate Father's Day, which is also the Feast Day of St. Joseph, the Pope started off his general audience by congratulating all dads out in the Square, and really throughout the world.
"Let's see. Are there any dads out here in the [...]
Tags: Faith, St Joseph, family, Pope Francis
Video. An Overseas Filipino Worker narrates how devotion to St. Josemaria has helped him during his 10 years in Saudi Arabia and how St. Josemaria continues to provide for his family's needs.
Tags: Family and work, Faith, Prayer
I am from South Korea, and have lived in Kyoto, Japan, since my marriage. I have three children. The oldest is Hikaru (Japanese for “light”), four years old; her Christian name is Anna Maria. Then comes Kaoru (“perfume”). He is two, and when he was [...]
Tags: Faith, Grace, family, Opus Dei members, calling, Japan
We are called to live out our Baptism every day as the present reality of our lives. If we manage to follow Jesus and to remain in the Church, despite our limitations and with our weaknesses and our sins, it is precisely because of the [...]
Tags: Gratitude, Baptism, Faith, Divine sonship, Church, Sacraments
Dora del Hoyo was born in Boca de Huergano, Leon, Spain in 1914 and died in Rome in 2004. In 2012 the Cause for her Canonization was begun. Dora always sought after happiness, the deepest happiness that one can find: the happiness of serving [...]
Tags: Canonization, Faith, happiness, Dora del Hoyo
Many thousands of Romans, pilgrims and tourists lined the streets of Rome and cheered enthusiastically as Pope Francis drove to Rome’s Spanish Steps where he prayed before the statue of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception, interceding for the city’s inhabitants and the world’s citizens, [...]
Tags: Love of God, Faith, Pope, Poverty, Our Lady, Rome, Pope Francis
I am Anna Riina, I am from Finland and I am 25. Now I am studying theology in Rome, on a History of the Church program at the University of the Holy Cross. I have been a Catholic for three and a half years. Now, [...]
Tags: Friendship, Love of God, Apostolate, Sacrament of Reconciliation, Faith, Opus Dei, Work, Unity of life, Interior life, Virtues, God, Josemaria Escriva
The Year of Faith ends on Sunday November 24, the feast of Christ the King. Over these months this website has published several testimonies from people who have discovered the joy of the Faith. Below is a list of them.
Story of an exercise-book Dalia, Lithuania: [...]
Tags: Conversion, Faith, Year of Faith
At his Angelus address Pope Francis warned the faithful not to be taken in by false saviours or leaders in our world who seek to influence the minds of people, especially the young. He also urged solidarity with the many Christians undergoing persecution throughout the [...]
Tags: Hope, Faith, Pope, Rome, sick, Year of Faith, Pope Francis