Tags: Opus Dei
Wei Zhang talks about how St Josemaria’s message is a path for many people to find God while living in society, by trying to be better every day.
My name’s Wei Zhang, I come from Beijing in China, and I’m studying History of Art in Germany, [...]
Tags: Baptism, Opus Dei, Ordinary life
Wei Zhang is Chinese, and is studying in Germany. She talks about how St Josemaria’s message is a path for many people to find God while living in society, by trying to be better every day.
Tags: Conversion, Opus Dei, China, Germany
The short biography of Saint Josemaria Escriva, known as the Canonization book, by Michele Dolz is now available in Chinese. Spring Publications came out with the Chinese version on June 26, 2011, in time for the Masses in honor of Saint Josemaria all over [...]
Tags: books, Opus Dei, China
On the June 2011 feast day Mass for St. Josemaria Escriva, some of Edmonton’s faithful met at St. Andrew’s Roman Catholic Church to celebrate the Opus Dei founder’s life. And while there is no official Opus Dei centre in Alberta’s capital, there are still hundreds [...]
Tags: Opus Dei, June 26, Canada
Two very different books have just appeared in English about Opus Dei founder St Josemaria. One is the second volume in a series by William Keenan entitled ‘St Josemaria Escriva and the Origins of Opus Dei’. The other is a translation of the vivid biographical [...]
Tags: Spanish Civil War, books, Opus Dei, Character, difficulties
John Coverdale knew St. Josemaria Escriva, the founder of Opus Dei who is portrayed in the new Roland Joffe film There Be Dragons.
Coverdale, a numerary (celibate member) of Opus Dei who teaches law at Seton Hall University, worked in the main office of Opus [...]
Tags: Opus Dei, US, There be Dragons
The fifth volume of "Studia et Documenta" (2011) has just been published.
The premiere of the latest film by Roland Joffé, There Be Dragons is attracting an ever increasing interest in the life and history of Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, the founder of Opus Dei. [...]
Tags: Education, History, Opus Dei, Rome, There be Dragons
By National Review Online.
See a good movie about a good man
Fr. John Paul Wauck is a professor at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome, and he was an on-set adviser to the movie There Be Dragons, a positive portrayal of religion — [...]
Tags: Opus Dei, Film, There be Dragons
God is to be found in daily life… people’s reactions to Josemaria in the movie There Be Dragons and in real life.
Tags: Opus Dei, There be Dragons
Biographies published so far don’t offer enough data to be able to say exactly how many people had any kind of link with Opus Dei when the Spanish Civil War broke out. There may have been around fifty men and women altogether who were connected [...]
Tags: Spanish Civil War, Opus Dei members, Opus Dei