These interviews, given during the lifetime of St. Josemaría Escrivá, explain the nature of Opus Dei and describe some basic aspects of its spirit and organization. The replies of Opus Dei's founder, despite the awkwardness of the inadequate juridical terminology at the time, explain its aim to spread in all spheres of society a deep awareness of the universal call to holiness and apostolate, in the fulfillment of one's ordinary professional work.
St. Josemaría also addresses issues of family life, education, society, and the Church. Freedom of the individual, love of the Church, and his own supernatural outlook and human warmth are features that permeate these conversations.
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Facts and Legends About St. Lucy 12/13/2012
Five Reasons to Love St. Francis Xavier 12/03/2012
What's So Great About Saint Gertrude? 11/16/2012
St. Albert and Aristotle: The Gift of Faith and Reason 11/13/2012
A Shining Saint: Five Points of Faith for Frances Cabrini 11/12/2012
St. Bridget: Prayers, yes. Promises, no. 11/01/2012
The North American Martyrs: Torture and Triumph 10/19/2012
You Know John of the Cross but What About Paul? 10/19/2012
St. Teresa of Avila's Top Five Friends in High (Heavenly) Places 10/15/2012