New editions St. Josemaría’s writings
Recent months have seen the publication of the fifth Croatian edition of The Way (revised), the second Slovenian edition, and the fiftieth Mexican edition. Holy Rosary has been published in the ninth Italian edition, the fourth Costa Rican one (book and two CD audios), the second Russian edition, by a Franciscan publisher, and the first Mexican audio book. The Way of the Cross is now available in the sixth Italian edition, the fourth Mexican version in audio book form, and the first version in English published in India. In addition, the fifth Peruvian edition of Furrow was also published.
A Chilean edition of In Love with the Church (which includes the homilies “Loyalty to the Church,” “The Supernatural Aim of the Church,” and “A Priest Forever”) has been published by the Center for Studies of Christian Culture. It has an introduction by the Vicar of the Prelature in Chile, Msgr. Sergio Boetsch.
In the United States, Scepter Publishers has begun selling e-book versions of almost all the works of St. Josemaría in English.
Thanks to an agreement between the Centro Diffusione Media and Ares publishers, Cammino is now available in more than 200 kiosks in Rome.
Books about St. Josemaría
The second volume of Vida cotidiana y santidad en la enseñanza de san Josemaría (Rialp), by Javier Lopez Diaz and Ernst Burkhart is now available in bookstores. The first volume is already in its second printing. The third and final volume will be published soon.
New publications in Spain include: Cardinal Julian Herranz Casado, Dios y audacia: mi juventud junto a san Josemaría (Rialp); Ernesto Juliá Diaz, El santo de lo ordinario: impresiones de la vida cotidiana junto a san Josemaría Escrivá (Cobel); Rafael Hernandez Urigüen, Juego, ecología y trabajo: tres temas teológicos desde las enseñanzas de san Josemaría Escrivá (Eunsa); Jaime Fuentes, Luchar por amor: recuerdos de san Josemaría Escrivá, Fundador del Opus Dei (Cobel: first Spanish edition of a book published in Uruguay ten years ago); Ignacio Gomez-Sancha, 100 preguntas sobre “Encontrarás dragones” (Palabra); Francisco Faus, Un hombre que sabía perdonar (Associacio d’Amics del Cami de Pallerols de Rialb a Andorra, with versions in Catalonian and in Spanish). The publishers Quadrante, in Brazil, and Scepter, in the U.S., have published translations of the same book in Portuguese and English. Scepter has also recently published The Man of Villa Tevere by Pilar Urbano, a translation of El Hombre de Villa Tevere.
In Peru, the Asociación Infobrax has brought out the fourth edition of the book San Josemaría Escrivá, Fundador del Opus Dei, by Antonio Ducay Vela. Meanwhile the publisher JEL Könyvkiado has published A Mindennapi élet szentje: Beszélgetés az Opus Dei alapitójáról. [Készitette: Cesare Cavalleri], the first Hungarian edition of Immersed in God: Saint Josemaría Escrivá, founder of Opus Dei, as Seen by His Successor, Bishop Alvaro del Portillo [an Interview with Cesare Cavalleri].
Finally, in Italy there was recently published San Josemaría in terra lombarda: con lo sguardo rivolto alla Madonnina 1948-1973, by Lorenzo Revojera (Àncora Editrice).