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Cardinal Gracias: in midst of economic and social crisis, we remember St. Josemaria Escriva
On the memorial of the founder of Opus Dei, the Archbishop of Mumbai reaffirms the importance of the universal call to holiness, preached by the Spanish priest. The Church and Christians in India must witness this holiness in their life and work.
Year of Faith, Indian bishop: Like St. Escrivá, bringing Christ into daily life
The founder of Opus Dei was "a saint of ordinary life" and his teachings should guide us in the last months of the Year of Faith. Bishop Percival Fernandez, emeritus auxiliary bishop of Mumbai: "We seek and find God in our lives, in our work, in our family and in our friendships, in order to live the Gospel simply."
Álvaro del Portillo, the "rock" of Opus Dei and the mission in Asia
The director of the Opus Dei Centre in Mumbai talks about the successor to Saint Josemaría Escrivá, founder of the personal prelature, who will be beatified in September. Del Portillo was a person naturally "faithful, first to Our Lord and then to the spirit of Opus Dei." During the Second Vatican Council, he played a fundamental role, which he continued with young people from all over the world.
02/02/2009 INDIA – CONSECRATED LIFE 2009
An oasis of contemplation in India’s sleepless business capital of Mumbai
The Carmelite convent in Andheri East is a place of peace, home to ten cloistered nuns, “the hidden heart of the city,” according to its mother superior. On the day the Church invites everyone to pray for the Consecrated Life, here is the story of Sister Mary Joseph. Born in a family of Hindu Brahmins, she became a Canossian and then a cloistered nun.
For Indian bishop, Saint Joseph is a "glorious" example for priests and fathers
Saint Paul's Cathedral in Vijayawada (Andhra Pradesh) celebrated its 40th anniversary on the liturgical memorial day of the "foster father of the Son of God." Missionaries from the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions (PIME) designed and built the church in 1973.
01/04/2009 INDIA - VATICAN
The cloisters of India call for Wojtyla to be “immediately sainted!”
Four years on from John Paul II’s death a religious sister, a convert from Hinduism, speaks of her devotion for the polish pope. Karol Wojtyla is an example for the young, old, ill and religious, through his witness of the sacredness of human life. Benedict XVI will celebrate a mass and invites the young to take part.
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