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A Man Who Knew How to Forgive

Forgiving is no easy task: in fact, it may be the most difficult endeavor one can undertake. St. Josemaría Escrivá, the founder of Opus Dei, said, “I didn’t need to learn how to forgive, because God has taught me how to love.” Still, even this [...]
Tags: books, Forgiveness

Biography of St Josemaria newly published in English

Newly translated from Spanish, The Man of Villa Tevere by Pilar Urbano paints a remarkably vivid portrait of the day-to-day life of St. Josemaria Escriva, “the patron saint of ordinary life.” Set in the world headquarters of Opus Dei and rich with anecdotes culled from [...]
Tags: books, Rome

Here I am!

As Jesus walked by the Sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon who is called Peter and Andrew his brother, casting a net into the sea; for they were fishermen And he said to them, "Follow me, and I will make you fishers of [...]
Tags: The Way, Faithfulness, books, calling

And finally… there was a castle!

Mr Jose Escriva was a good friend to his son Josemaria. Ever since he was very small, Mr Escriva played with him as if he had nothing else to do. He had some wooden bricks in different shapes and colours, and Mr Escriva would tell [...]
Tags: The Escriva family, books, For younger readers

A close-up portrait

What was St Josemaria Escriva like? A new book, Dios y Audacia (“God and Daring”) by Cardinal Julian Herranz, offers a fresh, close look at the man that many people call the “patron saint of ordinary life”, or the “patron saint of work”. Cardinal Herranz says, [...]
Tags: Youth, books, Daring, God

Cardinal Rouco recommends 'Holy Rosary' to prepare for World Youth Day

February 8, 2011. The Archbishop of Madrid, Cardinal Rouco Varela, recommends the book “Holy Rosary” by St. Josemaría Escrivá in preparation for the World Youth Day 2011 in Madrid. He says it “may be an exceptional aid for young people” because it helps to examine the [...]
Tags: Youth, books, Holy Rosary

St Josemaria on the blogosphere

In his book Furrow, at no. 263, St Josemaria provides a hard-hitting examination of conscience on humility, which has been taken up by bloggers and is arousing considerable comment. "Once you think you have me you've lost me what am I" St Josemaria’s typically mild introduction [...]
Tags: Humility, books, Furrow

Book with exclusive interview of Pope Benedict XVI is published

The highly-anticipated book based on a rare interview with the Pope is about to make it to a bookstore near you. “Light of the World” was written by German journalist Peter Seewald, who conducted the interview in six one-hour sessions last summer. Seewald has already [...]
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First Edition of Holy Rosary in Vietnamese

“Today as in other times, the Rosary must be a powerful weapon, to enable us to win in our interior struggle, and to help all souls. Exalt holy Mary with your tongue: God asks you for reparation, and for praise from your lips." In this [...]
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The story of Yes!

Yes! The Life of St Josemaria was the first book about St Josemaria written and illustrated for children – children up to 80, as the author, Elizabeth Torra, puts it. The book has been translated into different languages, and this has given rise to many [...]
Tags: Alvaro del Portillo, Education, books, For younger readers, Devotion