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Dora del Hoyo

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 others: God, the Church, and all souls, in every moment. Nowadays, her example is more noteworthy than ever. Humanly speaking, helping to create the warmth of a home is so needed in a world which has become de-humanized. And on the spiritual level, her example of faithfulness in times of great duress helps us to capture her strength. Dora teaches us to be lights in the hidden things, to be happy when Jesus shines forth, to hide ourselves in His light. Available languages: Spanish, English, French Duration: 30 min.

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Saxum. Remembering Bishop Álvaro del Portillo (2013). SPANISH

Mons. Alvaro del Portillo y Diez de Sollano was born in Madrid on 11th March, 1914. A civil engineer, and the holder of doctorates in Philosophy and Letters, he was ordained as a priest in 1944. From his student years, his life as a Christian was characterized by a deep preoccupation for others. On the 7th July, 1935, he joined Opus Dei and collaborated closely with the founder, Saint Josemaria Escriva whom he later succeeded in 1975. He worked in a various congregations and councils of the Holy See, beginning during the papacy of Pope Pius XII. John XXIII named him secretary to the Commission on the Discipline of the Clergy of the Second Vatican Council. He died on the 23rd March 1994, having been consecrated a bishop in 1991. John Paul II came to pray before his remains. On the 28th June 2012, Benedict XVI declared the heroism of the virtues of a good and faithful man, a teacher of the Christian life, who served the Church and others without thinking of himself. Available languages: Spanish Duration: 30 min.

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Saxum. Remembering Bishop Álvaro del Portillo (2013). ENGLISH

Mons. Álvaro del Portillo y Diez de Sollano was born in Madrid on 11th March, 1914. A civil engineer, and the holder of doctorates in Philosophy and Letters, he was ordained as a priest in 1944. From his student years, his life as a Christian was characterized by a deep preoccupation for others. On the 7th July, 1935, he joined Opus Dei and collaborated closely with the founder, Saint Josemaria Escriva whom he later succeeded in 1975. He worked in a various congregations and councils of the Holy See, beginning during the papacy of Pope Pius XII. John XXIII named him secretary to the Commission on the Discipline of the Clergy of the Second Vatican Council. He died on the 23rd March 1994, having been consecrated a bishop in 1991. John Paul II came to pray before his remains. On the 28th June 2012, Benedict XVI declared the heroism of the virtues of a good and faithful man, a teacher of the Christian life, who served the Church and others without thinking of himself. Available languages: English Duration: 30 min.

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Available languages: Spanish

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Available languages: Spanish

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