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No. 29 • July - December 1999 • Page 264
 •  About saint Josemaría

Publications about Blessed Josemaria and Opus Dei

The Seido publishing company in Ashiya, Japan, has published a Japanese edition of the book Vivir como hijos de Dios—Estudios sobre el Beato Josemaría Escrivá (Living as Children of God: Studies on Blessed Josemaría Escrivá), by Fernando Ocáriz and Ignacio de Celaya.

Adamas publishing company of Cologne, Germany, has published a book entitled Abba, Vater: Als Kinder Gottes leben nach der Lehre des seligen Josemaría Escrivá (Abba, Father: Living as Children of God according to the teachings of Blessed Josemaría Escrivá), which includes contributions by various authors on the subject of divine filiation in the life and teachings of the Founder of Opus Dei.
San José en la enseñanza del Beato Josemaría (St. Joseph in the Teachings of Blessed Josemaría), by Laurentino María Herrán, has been translated into Polish and published in Krakow by W. Karmelitów Bosych.

Little Hills Press of Sydney, Australia, has published the first English edition of the book by Salvador Bernal entitled Alvaro del Portillo: Bishop-Prelate of Opus Dei.

The first Slovak language edition of the book Opus Dei: Who? How? Why? by Giuseppe Romano has been published by Kontakt Plus publishing company of Bratislava.

Sat 2000, an Italian satellite television channel, dedicated a transmission of the program entitled “Vivendo parlando” (Speaking live) to Blessed Josemaría Escrivá. The broadcast included various segments taken from filmings of the Founder of Opus Dei.

A book entitled Un mar sin orillas (A Sea without Shores), by Antonio Rodriguez Pedrazuela, has been published by the Rialp publishing company of Madrid. It describes the beginnings and growth of the work of Opus Dei in the six countries of Central America.

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