The St. Josemaria Institute was founded in 2006 to promote the life and teachings of St. Josemaria Escriva. In particular, the Institute aims to help the public benefit from his teachings on the spiritual meaning of their ordinary life. Learn more about the St. Josemaria Institute.

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Passionately Loving the World

Passionately Loving the WorldA documentary about ordinary Americans living the spirituality of St. Josemaria in our times. Check out the reviews, extra clips, and order the DVD.

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St. Josemaria Feast Day Mass Kits

St. Josemaria Feast Day Mass KitJune 26th is the feast day of St. Josemaria Escriva. Celebrate the feast in your parish or find a feast day Mass in your city.


St. Josemaria Institute Digital Resource Center

Take advantage of our multimedia resources to guide and inspire you along in your daily, family and spiritual life.


The Catholic Priest Today

The Catholic Priest TodayIn collaboration with Midwest Theological Forum, a documentary about the Catholic priest in our world today. Trailer, reviews, extra clips, and order the DVD.

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Latest Articles

The Daily Miracle: The Power that Fills our Empty Nets

appearance-of-christ-to-the-apostles-fragment-1311-5cBy Fr. John Henry Hanson, O. Praem.

"In the spiritual life we have to reckon with a unique 'balance of power' between what God can do and what we can do. One of the most touching examples of this 'balance' occurs during the Easter Octave when Peter and other disciples go out overnight to fish, only to find themselves at dawn with empty nets (see Jn 21:1-14)."


Laboring Side by Side in the Gospel: Holy Thursday and Holy Women

crucifixion-fragment-1311cropBy Fr. John Henry Hanson, O. Praem.

"All of us know from experience how much a mother’s love is immediate, self-forgetful, and self-sacrificing. If the child needs anything, the mother will do anything to meet the need. As the Eucharist satisfies all of our needs, Jesus calls His disciples at the Last Supper His 'little children' (Jn 13:33). He nourishes them with Himself. He is even willing to suffer misunderstanding and strife: 'What I am doing, you do not understand now, but you will understand later' (Jn 13:7). How many times did our own mothers tell us this when we were young, foolish, inexperienced—and were too selfish to appreciate their selfless love?"


Following in His Footprints: Accompanying the Lord through Holy Week

the-entry-into-jerusalem 2By Fr. John Henry Hanson, O. Praem.

“You must identify yourself with Jesus Christ and try to become really and truly another Christ among your fellow men” (Friends of God, no. 128). This week is certainly not about us; it is about what the Lord has done for us, how He did it, why He did it, and what our response should be.


"May you seek Christ, May you find Christ, May you love Christ." - St. Josemaria Escriva

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