The book focuses on the distinct phases of the consolidation of the work of Opus Dei among women during its first twenty years of existence, and the different apostolic activities developed by them.
The Istituto Storico San Josemaría Escrivá has just published volume 14 (2020) of the journal Studia et Documenta.
Last May 16, it was the 50th anniversary of the pilgrimage that Saint Josemaría made to the Villa de Guadalupe
The St. Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer Historical Institute has just published the book “Cronología de José María Escrivá y Albás (Madrid, 1927 – 1936)”. This marks the commencement of the “Collection of reference sources”.
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The Studi e Note section consists of four articles. The first article by Chris Noonan examines the establishment in 1954 of the Nullamore University Residence in Dublin and the commencement of Opus Dei’s apostolic activities in Ireland.
Onésimo Díaz has just published a new book in the Collection of monographs of the St. Josemaría Escrivá Historical Institute.
The Istituto Storico San Josemaría Escrivá has just published volume 12 (2018) of the journal Studia et Documenta. As usual, the publication is made up of five parts: a monographic study, a section on studies and notes, a section dedicated to the publication of documents, a section on current news and a section on bibliography (index). The […]
José Luis González Gullón has just published a new book in the Collection of monographs of the Istituto Storico San Josemaría Escrivá. It is entitled: “Escondidos. El Opus Dei en la zona republicana durante la Guerra Civil española (1936-1939)”. At the time of the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, most of the members of […]