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Studia Et Documenta Vol 8 2014

Author : Federico M. Requena
Genre : Religion
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To get to know in greater detail the history of Opus Dei and its founder: to get to know the central characters, what its documents say, its influence on the Catholic Church and contemporary society. Since 2007, this has benn the task of the journal "Studia et Documenta". The journal gathers together studies, annotated unpublished documents, news of academic interest, reviews and synopses, and a comprehensive bibliographic bulletin. Each volume contains in the region of 500 pages. The articles are prepared by specialists and are subjected to the peer review system.


Author : Saint José María Escrivá de Balaguer
ISBN : 0852445660
Genre : Religion
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First published in 1939, this book is a phenomenon in contemporary spiritual writing. This is a revised annotated bilingual edition, has parallel Spanish and English texts.

The Papacy Gaius Proxies

Author : Philippe Levillain
ISBN : 0415922305
Genre : Papacy
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The Founder Of Opus Dei The Life Of Josemar A Escriv Volume Ii

Author : Andres Vazquez de Prada
ISBN : 9781594171222
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This second volume of the three-volume biography of St. Josemaría covers one of the most remarkable periods of his life: from the outbreak of the civil war in 1936 to his departure for Rome in 1946. In Republican Spain fierce anti-Catholic persecution led St. Josemaría to do his priestly work in secret, fully aware that if caught, he would be executed - as were 6000 other priests. 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 more. Here is an unforgettable picture of the saint's activity during the years of crisis that threatened to obliterate his great gift to the church: Opus Dei.

The Founder Of Opus Dei The Life Of Josemar A Escriv Volume Iii

Author : Andres Vazquez de Prada
ISBN : 9781594171239
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Dream, and your dreams will fall short, Saint Josemaría Escrivá told early members of Opus Dei. This third and final volume of the most extensively researched work on the founder of Opus Dei covers his years in Rome, from 1946 until his death there in 1975. It describes how Opus Dei overcame major obstacles and blossomed from a handful of members in Spain into a worldwide institution, with more than 60,000 members of 80 nationalities. Andres Vazquez de Prada, a Spanish diplomat, writer, and historian who knew Saint Josemaría personally, narrates the story, using previously unpublished letters, diaries, and other sources from the archives of the Prelature of Opus Dei.

Their Kingdom Come

Author : Robert Hutchison
ISBN : 9781466880016
Genre : Religion
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Robert Hutchison's Their Kingdom Come is an explosive expose of one of the most powerful and secretive sects operating within the Roman Catholic Church-Opus Dei. This book reveals that Opus Dei: -Has become the Catholic Church's paramount financial power -Influences its members through a combination of secret rites and insistence on absolute obedience -Uses a strategy of discretion to cloud its real intentions -Aims to prepare Christendom for the next crusade against Islam

Studies On The Prelature Of Opus Dei

Author : Paul Hayward
ISBN : 2891278879
Genre : Religion
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The Catholic Church In Spain 1875 1998

Author : William James Callahan
ISBN : UOM:39015049485033
Genre : Religion
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A comprehensive history of one of Spain's key institutions during a long and conflictive period. Generations of secular critics saw the modern Spanish Church as a monolithic, efficiently organized institution intent on imposing a highly traditional Catholicism on a society undergoing rapid social, economic and political change. However, the rise of liberalism, republicanism, socialism, anarchism and intellectual pluralism challenged the clergy's view that Spain had always been and would always be Catholic. The Church attempted to modernize its strategy by creating trade unions, an expanded school system, agrarian associations, and a modern confessional press, while maintaining its privileges as the established Church of the State until the proclamation of the Second Republic in 1931.

Dottrina Sociale E Testimonianza Cristiana

Author : Enrique Colom
ISBN : 8820927101
Genre : Religion
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People Of God

Author : Penny Lernoux
ISBN : 014009816X
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Since the beginning of John Paul II's papacy in 1979, the Catholic Church has been making headlines with its attempts to return Catholicism to a pre-Vatican II authoritarian church in absolute obedience to Rome. This book explores the growing progressive movement and the Vatican's attempt to squelch it.

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