|Statement||Andrés Vázquez de Prada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1 > ;|
|ISBN 10||1889334251, 188933426X|
|LC Control Number||00061238|
Several biographies of the founder of Opus Dei have been published in the past. None, however, provides as complete a picture as this one. Its author, Vasquez de Prada, in addition to having personnally known Blessed Josemaria, was able to tap sources that became accessible only recently. This new biography will eventually include 3 volumes.5/5(3). This book recounts the saint's dangerous journey across the Pyrenees to the Nationalist zone, where he could exercise his priestly ministry more freely, his tireless labors to counter (with both heroic charity and determination) the slanders that threatened to overwhelm Opus Dei, and : Scepter. More Books by Andrés Vázquez de Prada See All. The Founder of Opus Dei. The Founder of Opus Dei. El Fundador del Opus Dei. II. Dios y audacia. El Fundador del Opus Dei. I. ¡Señor, que vea! El Fundador del Opus Dei 5/5(5). The Founder Of Opus Dei, Volume II book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Andres Vasquez de Prada This second volume of a n /5.
These books are available from your local bookstore, or from CTS, or from Scepter UK (, Nithsdale Road, Glasgow, G41 5HA. Tel: () ; Fax: () E-mail: [email protected]). BERGLAR, Peter, Opus Dei: Life and Work of Its Founder, Princeton, (Original title: Opus Dei. This collection contains books and other media that are focused on Opus Dei and its founder, St. Josemaría Escrivá. "Get to know the Sacred Humanity of Jesus And He will place in your soul an insatiable hunger to contemplate his Face.". Vatican reporter John Allen's new book is Opus Dei: An Objective Look Behind the Myths and Reality of the Most Controversial Force in the Catholic Church. Opus Dei was founded Author: Terry Gross. Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer y Albás, (9 January – 26 June ) was a Spanish Roman Catholic priest who founded Opus Dei, an organization of laypeople and priests dedicated to the teaching that everyone is called to holiness by God and that ordinary life can result in was canonized in by Pope John Paul II, who declared Josemaría should be "counted among the .
This third and final volume of the most extensively researched work on the founder of Opus Dei covers his years in Rome, from until his death there in It describes how Opus Dei overcame major obstacles and blossomed from a handful of members in Spain into a worldwide institution, with more t members of 80 nationalities/5(10). In the book, some of the first professors at the university recall the founder of Opus Dei’ contribution to getting the institution underway. Another volume of history was published by Ariel under the title Fuentes para la historia del Opus Dei, by Federico María Requena and Javier Sesé. Opus Dei is a personal prelature within the Roman Church that has been the subject of numerous controversies.. Throughout its history, Opus Dei has been criticized from many parts, prompting journalists to describe it as "the most controversial force in the Catholic Church" and its founder Saint Josemaría Escrivá as a "polarizing" figure. Criticism of Opus Dei has centered on allegations of. Opus Dei is an organization of the Catholic such, it shares the doctrines of the Catholic Church and has "no other teaching than the teaching of the Magisterium of the Holy See", as per the founder.. Opus Dei places special emphasis on certain aspects of Catholic doctrine. A central feature of Opus Dei's theology is its focus on the lives of the ordinary Catholics who are neither Founder: Josemaría Escrivá.