Hahn recounts the significant role Opus Dei played in his conversion from evangelical Christianity to Catholicism and explains why its teachings remain at the center of his life. Hahn relates personal stories to show how Opus Dei's spirituality enriches the meaning of daily work and transforms ordinary relationships. He offers insights for reconciling spiritual and material goals, discussing such topics as ambition, workaholism, friendship, sex and the place of prayer and sacrifice in living a Christian life. Engaging and enlightening, Ordinary Work, Extraordinary Grace is both a moving personal story and an inspiring work of contemporary spirituality.
©2006 Scott W. Hahn (P)2006 St. Anthony Messenger Press
The Faithful Traveler
It's a very well-written book, and the reader does a great job.
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Absolutely. I got this book because I was curious about Opus Dei--what do the members do? How do people join? What is the point? This book answered all those questions and more.
This is a fantastic Introduction to Opus Dei. Highly recommended.
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