Guadalupe Ortiz: A Chemist Saint

A constant throughout Guadalupe's life was her passion for chemistry and scientific research. At the time she began her chemistry studies in 1933, there were very few women in universities, and almost none in the sciences. Starting in 1944, although her commitment to Opus Dei would lead her to dedicate a lot of her time and talents to imparting Christian formation, she never stopped researching chemistry and studying with scientific curiosity.

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