The Canonical Path of Opus Dei. The History and Defense of a Charism

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Scepter
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1994
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655
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Nothing inappropriate.
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Contains doctrinal errors of some importance.
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Incompatible with Catholic doctrine.
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Rigorously documents the juridical path of Opus Dei from its founding in 1928 until established as a personal Prelature in 1982. Besides giving a deep explanation of the juridical configuration suited to the Work’s nature, it shows St. Josemaría’s heroism in defending—with charity, fortitude and prudence—the spirit God entrusted to him, and the generous prayer and mortification that was needed to obtain this divine gift. An appendix has the Statutes of the Prelature.