Work of the Holy Angels
Opus Sanctorum Angelorum, the Work of the Holy Angels, is an international movement within the Catholic Church faithful to the Magisterium. It is ordered to promoting devotion to the Holy Angels and a covenant bond with them through a consecration approved by the Church, so that the Holy Angels may lead us more effectively to God.
The Work is under the overall direction of the Order of Canons Regular of the Holy Cross, under which has also been erected the Confraternity of the Holy Guardian Angels. The Sisters of the Holy Cross is aggregated to the Order and, though autonomous, forms with it one spiritual family.
Through retreats and parish missions, the Canons Regular of the Holy Cross lead the faithful to a more conscious collaboration with the Holy Angels in daily life for their own personal sanctification, the salvation of souls and the sanctification of priests.
This is the hour of the Angels in the history of salvation. “I, Jesus, have sent my angel to testify to you …” (Rev 22,16).