The Man of Villa Tevere: St. Josemaría Escrivá : His Years in Rome

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Scepter Publishers, Jan 1, 2011 - 397 pages
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I started off not liking the book but then I realized I was reading it with preset expectations. once I let thoe go, I started to enjoy the book for what it was, an insight into this saint's day to day life and his interactions with his children in Opus Dei. I was sad when the book ended. Read full review

Contents

A Fulllength Portrait
1
On Board the J J Sister
5
Subletting in Città Leonina
12
The Making of Villa Tevere
25
Like a Giant
39
Why this useless murmuring?
52
Hunchbacked
73
The Communicator
101
Monsignor at Home
179
Passion for Freedom
211
The Flight of the Peregrine Falcon
232
Traveling Light
243
Clay and Grace
260
Working Summers
291
Rome How You Shine
330
A Luminous Twilight
349

When God Takes a Hand
120
Faith with Blood in Its Veins
129
He Was the Father
153
Chronology
365
Index
379
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About the author (2011)

Pilar Urbano (Valencia, 1940). Is a prestigious journalist in Spain. Her books have been bestsellers, due to the fact that she writes and investigates with the reader in mind. Her previous books published with Plaza & Janes are: Con La Venia, Indague El 23-F, El Hombre De Villa Tevere, (Josemaria Escriva), La Reina, Yo Entre En EI Cesid, Garzon: El Hombre Que Veia Amanecer.

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