September 28, 2010
Haití: A Drop of Solidarity in a Land of ThirstSome students from North Hall, a university center in Trinidad & Tobago, spent the first week of August in Port-au-Prince on a social outreach program. They will never forget what they saw there..
August 26, 2009
The Joy of Giving to Those Who Cannot Give BackHigh School girls from around the U.S. dedicated part of their summer to volunteering at community service projects in Boston while living at the Bayridge University Residence..
January 15, 2009
“Two Plus Two Plus God”Abel Albino is a doctor and founder of CONIN (Cooperative for Infant Nutrition) in Argentina. He often remembers St. Josemaría’s words: “Two plus two is four, but two plus two plus God…”.
October 13, 2007
Thirty Years of Hospitality at Lexington CollegeLexington College in Chicago celebrates its 30th anniversary by inaugurating a new program that will expand its hospitality training to the area of Health Care and Wellness..
July 24, 2007
20,000 Peruvian women trained for jobs at CondorayFor over 40 years Condoray has been providing job training for women who have no resources of their own. An interview with the program's assistant director..
June 18, 2006
Cooperation in Health Care: Austral University (Argentina)The University Hospital has been promoting health care and medical research since it was established by Opus Dei in Buenos Aires six years ago. Its clinic is open to all, whether they have the means to pay or not..
August 31, 2005
The Treasure of the Sierra MadreA group of modern-day explorers went looking for their treasure recently. Neither distance nor sweltering heat could keep 15 Monterrey, Mexico, university students and their five Canadian counterparts from an unforgettable joint project with Nahuatl-speaking indigenous people in the heart of the Eastern Sierra Madre, July 10 to 23, 2005.
March 12, 2005
Hang Ah Hillside Cultural Center: In the Heart of San Francisco’s ChinatownHang Ah Hillside, a non-profit cultural center located in the heart of San Francisco’s Chinatown and business district, promotes the well-rounded development of women and girls, with the goal of strengthening their families and enriching their communities..
October 24, 2004
A Decade of Chilawee Trails CampCamp Instructor Sarah Helmers of Kitchener Ontario tells of her Tenth Year in the back woods of Ontario where she has spent many an adventurous summer. The Chilawee girls camp was started by two Ottawa mothers in 1994 and has grown ever since..
October 02, 2004
Canadians help out in MexicoThis past July, a group of girls from a Canadian university residence joined some Mexican students to participate in an international development project in Mexico. Fonteneige, a Montreal residence hall entrusted to Opus Dei, has organized international development projects such as this for over fifteen years..
December 09, 2013