Opus Dei is a Catholic organization founded in 1928 by Saint Josemaría Escriva de Balaguer. Its purpose is to help people seek holiness in their everyday lives. Opus Dei members, both men and women from various backgrounds, strive to find God in their ordinary activities, whether it is in their work, family life, or social interactions. The organization provides coaching and training to assist individuals in growing spiritually and developing a prayerful life. Opus Dei has a worldwide membership of 86,000 people and has impacted the lives of many others through its spirituality and activities. The organization is governed by both men and women, working alongside the priests who serve as spiritual leaders. The goal of Opus Dei is to bring people closer to God and glorify Him in all aspects of life.