Tags: Places in Rome
St Josemaria is a good guide to the many places in Rome that he himself visited to draw faith from the witness of the early Christians. This collection reveals the main traces of the history of the Catholic Church that are to be found in [...]
Tags: Places in Rome, Early Christians, Rome
Further documents relating to St Josemaria’s life and teachings can be downloaded from the web as follows.
"Loyalty to the Church", published in the book In Love with the Church
"A Priest Forever", published in In Love with the Church
"The Christian Vocation", a homily given [...]
Tags: History, Places in Rome, Prayer
A place of prayer, housing the mortal remains of Saint Josemaría Escrivá
The mortal remains of Saint Josemaría Escrivá are contained in a casket located beneath the altar of the Church of Our Lady of Peace. Millions of people throughout the world turn to Saint Josemaría’s [...]
Tags: Church, Places in Rome, Opus Dei prelature, Our Lady, Our Lady of Peace, Rome
The memory of St Paul
Among the first Christians at Rome were disciples of St Paul, as is evident from the long list of greetings at the end of the Letter to the Romans. On the Aventine Hill in Rome lived Aquila and Prisca or Priscilla, [...]
Tags: Places in Rome, Early Christians, Proselytism
The Roman Forum
In the time of the Emperors, after a long period of peace and prosperity, the population of Rome had reached the impressive figure of one million people. A tiny minority of these lived in tranquil, spacious villas, while the most of the [...]
Tags: Passionately Loving the World, Citizenship, Places in Rome, Early Christians
Click here to download the complete the tour in pdf format.St John Lateran.
During the first centuries, because of persecutions, celebration of the Eucharist and instruction in the faith took place in private houses, which some Christian families – usual those who were better off and [...]
Tags: Apostolate, Baptism, Places in Rome, Opus Dei, Early Christians
A group of some 20 Malaysian Catholics attended the canonization of Josemaria Escriva. A Malaysian newspaper, The Sunday Star, published a brief article on the day of the canonization ceremony to commemorate the event.
KUALA LUMPUR: A group of about 20 Malaysians Catholics is attending [...]
Tags: Canonization, Places in Rome, The Will of God
The Via Appia
In the year 312 B.C. the Senator Appius Claudius was appointed Censor of the Republic of Rome. During his term of office he undertook many major reforms and public works, but history remembers him principally for the construction of the road that [...]
Tags: Places in Rome, Early Christians
In 1972 St Josemaría said in a homily, “I venerate with all my strength the Rome of Peter and Paul, bathed in the blood of martyrs, the centre from which so many have set out to propagate throughout the world the saving word [...]
Tags: Places in Rome, Early Christians, Ordinary life
Download St Peter’s Basilica in pdf format.
St Peter was martyred during the persecution of Christians that took place under Nero following the great fire of Rome in 64 AD. St Peter had come to Rome a few years earlier, following our Lord’s command as recorded [...]
Tags: Church, Places in Rome, Pope, Early Christians