Bibliography of Opus Dei

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This is a bibliography of works about Opus Dei, also known as the Prelature of the Holy Cross and Opus Dei, which was founded by Josemaría Escrivá.

By Opus Dei members and publishers[edit]

  • 1982 Statutes of Opus Dei—Latin and English (unauthorized translation)
  • Dominique Le Tourneau (2002). What Is Opus Dei?. Gracewing. ISBN 0-85244-136-3. —a French scholar's synthesis
  • Amadeo Fuenmayor, Valentin Gomez-Iglesias and Jose Luis Illanes (1996). The Canonical Path of Opus Dei. Four Courts Press. ISBN 1-85182-221-6. —two canonists and a theologian study the juridical nature and history of Opus Dei
  • O'Connor, William: Opus Dei: An Open Book. A Reply to the Secret World of Opus Dei by Michael Walsh, Mercier 1991
  • William West (1987). Opus Dei. Exploding a Myth. Scepter. ISBN 0-949773-75-1. —a 5-year research in 10 countries conducted by a senior journalist and deputy editor of the Australian
  • John Coverdale: Uncommon Faith: The Early Years of Opus Dei (1928-1943), Scepter Publications, 2002. ISBN 1-889334-74-X
  • Rafael Gomez Perez (1992). Opus Dei: Una Explicacion. Ediciones Rialp. ISBN 84-321-2892-9. —professor of anthropology explains various aspects of Opus Dei
  • Various Authors (1971). Cristianos Corrientes: Textos sobre el Opus Dei. Rialp, Madrid. 
  • François Gondrand, At God's Pace, Scepter 1989.
  • José Orlandis, Mis recuerdos: primeros tiempos del Opus Dei en Roma Rialp, 1995 ISBN 84-321-3090-7
  • Pedro Rodriguez, Fernando Ocariz and José Luis Illanes (1994). Opus Dei in the Church. Four Courts Press. ISBN 1-85182-170-8. —an ecclesiological and theological study of Opus Dei
  • Giuseppe Romano (1995). Opus Dei: Who? How? Why?. Alba House. ISBN 0-8189-0739-8. —a study of an Italian essayist
  • Luis Ignacio Seco (1987). The Legacy of Msgr. Josemaria Escriva. Sinagtala Publishers, Manila. 
  • Antonio Viana, “Law and spirit: on the 20th anniversary of the establishment of Opus Dei as a Personal Prelature,” Number 36, January–June 2003, Romana.
  • Pedro Casciaro (1998). Dream and Your Dreams will Fall Short. Princeton. ISBN 0-906138-44-2. 
  • Joaquin Navarro Valls. The Human Realism of Sanctity. Information Office of Opus Dei on the Internet.

By others[edit]

About Opus Dei in Spain[edit]

  • Arango, E. Ramón. 1995 (1985). Spain. Democracy Regained (Second Edition). Boulder, CO: Westview.
  • Carr, Raymond, and Fusi, Juan Pablo. 1991 (1979). Spain: Dictatorship to democracy. London: Routledge.
  • De Blaye, Edouard. 1976 (1974). Franco and the Politics of Spain. Middlessex: Penguin. [original title Franco ou la monarchie sans roi, Editions Stock]
  • Descola, Jean. O Espagne, Albin Michel, Paris, 1976.
  • Ellwood, Sheelagh. 1994. Franco. Harlow, UK: Longman.
  • Graham, Robert. 1984. Spain. Change of a Nation. London: Michael Joseph.
  • Gunther, Richard. 1980. Public Policy in a No-Party State. Spanish Planning and Budgeting in the Twilight of the Franquist Era. Berkeley, CA: University of California.
  • Gunther. Richard. 1980. Public Policy in a No-Party State. Spanish Planning and Budgeting in the Twilight of the Franquist Era. Berkeley: University of California.
  • Herr, Richard. 1971. Spain. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
  • Hills, George. 1970. Spain. London: Ernest Benn Ltd.
  • Paredes, Javier (coord.), Historia contemporánea de España (siglo XX), Ariel Historia, Barcelona 1998.
  • Payne, Stanley G. 1999. Fascism in Spain. 1923-1977. Madison, WI: Wisconsin University.
  • Preston, Paul. 1990. The Politics of Revenge. Fascism and the Military in Twentieth-Century Spain. London. Unwin Hyman.
  • Preston, Paul. 1993. Franco. A Biography. London: HarperCollins.
  • Salgado Araujo, Francisco Franco, Mis conversaciones privadas con Franco, Col. Espejo de España, Ed. Planeta, 1976.
  • Tusell, Javier. Manual Historia de España: Siglo XX, Historia 16, Madrid, 1990.
  • Various Authors, (Manuel Ferrer, José de Armas, José Lino Feo, Manuel Fernández Areal, Charles Powell, Alfonso Ascanio), Franquismo y transición democrática: Lecciones recientes de Historia reciente de España, Centro de Estudios de Humanidades, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 1993.

In Spanish[edit]


  • Opus Dei unveiled. (2006). History Channel. – directed and produced by George Tzimopoulos and Bill Brummel Productions
  • Opus Dei: Decoding God's Work. (June 2006). Salt and Light Catholic Television. Co-directed with Marc Boudignon
  • Saint of Ordinary Life. – by Alberto Michelini