Westfield is a student residence and cultural center for college and professional women. Westfield inspires women to think globally, work with a social conscience and acquire skills to become catalysts for positive change in the community. The doctrinal and spiritual formation offered at Westfield is entrusted to Opus Dei, a personal Prelature of the Catholic church.


A not-for-profit women’s student residence and cultural center, Westfield first opened its doors almost 30 years ago. Westfield has always been open to women who want to live in a family environment of academic enthusiasm and social outreach. As a cultural center, Westfield seeks to strengthen and support those parts of today's culture which are eminently positive, pro-woman, and pro-community, and it opens its doors to the public for frequent lectures, conferences and cultural events. 

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Opus Dei is a personal Prelature of the Catholic Church that helps ordinary lay people seek holiness in and through their everyday activities, especially through their work.  It was founded in 1928 by a Catholic priest, St. Josemaria Escriva, who died in 1975, and was canonized by St. John Paul II on October 6, 2002. 

To learn more about Opus Dei, go to www.opusdei.org
To learn more about St. Josemaria Escriva, go to www.escrivaworks.org or www.youtube.com/josemariescriva