Like a Gas StationChristian grew up in a Lutheran part of Germany. Reading the "Catechism of the Catholic Church" and "The Way" led him to decide to become a Catholic and a Cooperator of Opus Dei..
Zhonghua Wang: "Thank you, St. Josemaria, for my faith."Zhonghua Wang is from Beijing and studies in Germany. She expresses gratitude to St. Josemaria for helping her discover the beauty of the Catholic faith..
The Book I Read in Prison"I was 29 and had been in prison for two years. One day a Sister of Charity gave me a book called 'Friends of God'... "..
Two Muslims and a Turkish Orthodox: Life in Nideck ResidenceAlik and Timur, who are Muslims, and Kami, a Turkish Orthodox, talk about their interaction with Catholics in Nideck, a student residence in Strasbourg run by people of Opus Dei..
Joseph Pearce: Robust ChristianityJoseph Pearce, a well-known Catholic writer, speaks about the robust idea of the Christian vocation he found in St. Josemaria's book "The Way.".
"Do what you ought and put your heart into it"Charlotte, an engineering student in Canada, was struck by a point in "The Way": to be a saint, you don't necessarily have to perform great deeds..
A Convert from IslamIn this National Catholic Register interview, Ilyas Khan expresses gratitude to Netherhall House in London for giving him the strong prayer life and intellectual grounding that helped him to convert..
"The book I'll never forget"The Spring 2012 issue of "Life and Living" (London, UK), contains a review of THE WAY in the section "The book I'll never forget," by Esther Bentley, who first read it over 60 years ago..
"Still so much to accomplish in life"Raymond Sampietro runs a geriatrics residence in Valladolid, Spain. He says he is grateful for the opportunity to help bring many people closer to God in a decisive moment of their lives..
Leaving home…to return to my homeWhen I was 18, I used to dream about marrying my prince charming. We would have two children, and I would work as a foreign correspondent for a famous magazine. But my little novel turned out a bit differently than I expected…..