Forging an Ethical Capitalism

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Forging an Ethical Capitalism

Cardinal George Pell, Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy, has asked the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome to offer a program...

Peru Service Project

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Peru Service Project

A group of high school boys from Washington D.C. spent several weeks this summer in Peru restoring two small but artistically rich churches in...

Opus Dei in South Africa

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Governance

The Vicar of Opus Dei for South Africa is Monsignor Anton Borras Cabaces.

Message of the day

"How could we possibly think badly of others?"

You will only be good if you know how to see the good points and the virtues of the others. That is why when you have to correct, you should do so with charity, at the opportune moment, without humiliating. And being ready yourself to learn and to improve in the very faults you are correcting. (The Forge, 455)

One of its first expressions is to initiate the soul into the ways of humility. When we sincerely see ourselves as nothing; when we understand that, without God’s help, the weakest and most puny of creatures would be better than we are; when we see we are capable of every kind of error and every kind of abomination; when we realize we are sinners, even though we are earnestly struggling to turn our back on our many infidelities, how could we possibly think badly of others? Or how could we...

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