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The St. Josemaria Institute and There Be Dragons

April 4, 2011

Tags: Opus Dei, Film, There be Dragons
The St. Josemaria Institute was founded to help interested persons explore the life and mission of St. Josemaria. Located in the suburbs of Chicago, the Institute offers its services and materials to people across the country and around the world who wish to learn about St. Josemaria and inspire others with his message of hope.

The St. Josemaria Institute website, www.stjosemaria.org, offers information and resources, such as mass kits for celebrating the feast of St. Josemaria on June 26, a DVD “Passionately Loving the World” on the inspiration that St. Josemaria’s message lends to ordinary lives, and framed photos of St. Josemaria.

It is now featuring a trailer and further details on Roland Joffé’s film There Be Dragons.

Why is the St. Josemaria Institute promoting the movie?
The St. Josemaria Institute is a not-for-profit corporation founded in 2002 for the purpose of promoting devotion to St. Josemaria Escriva, the founder of Opus Dei, and to spread his message of seeking holiness in ordinary life. An essential part of the mission of the St. Josemaria Institute is to promote the lives of exemplary bishops and priests. There are two events this year that coincide perfectly with these goals. The first is the beatification of Pope John Paul II, and the second is the release of the movie There Be Dragons.

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