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Oil Dedicated to Venerable Maria Montserrat Grases Garcia

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Oil Dedicated to Venerable Maria Montserrat Grases Garcia


Heavenly Father, we come to you in gratitude for the life of Venerable Maria Montserrat Grases Garcia, a beacon of faith and joy. May her example of unwavering trust in you inspire us to face life’s challenges with courage and hope. Grant us the grace to follow her path of selflessness and love, spreading your light wherever we go. Amen.


Proverbs 3:5-6

“Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.”


Venerable Maria Montserrat Grades was a Spanish secular member of Opus Dei. Grases became part of Opus Dei on 24 December 1957 after she discerned whether or not her path would allow her to join their ranks.

The cause for her beatification commenced after her death on 19 December 1962 thus making her known as a Servant of God while the confirmation of her heroic virtue on 26 April 2016 allowed for Pope Francis to title Grases as Venerable.

In October 1946 she began her schooling. And in 1951 commenced her high school education under the care of nuns. Once she graduated from her high school education she continued her studies at the Professional College for Women. In Barcelona while alternating that with piano courses. Grases liked sport and music as well as traditional local dances. Her favorite dance was the “sardanas”. Her friends would go with her on frequent trips to the poor regions to teach catechism to children and often bought them sweets.

Grases liked netball and tennis as well as outings with friends and participating in theatrical works. Grases also climbed mountains near Seva where she liked to spend her summers and also liked ping-pong. In 1951 she awarded a prize after winning a bike race. In 1954 she had her first encounter with Opus Dei. But knew of them beforehand since her parents had joined in 1952. Her mother encouraged her to visit an Opus Dei center. That offered classes to girls to help strengthen her faith and her spiritual life.

In June 1958 she diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma in one leg after having experienced great pain for several months. Once the news had broken to her she heard singing a Mexican song later on 27 June in Llar.

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