A petite, gentle woman with the strength of steel: Jadwiga Osostowicz (1925-2022)
Exiled from Poland by Stalin’s army in 1939 to the Ural Mountains, she escaped 9000 miles on foot and by train to Palestine. Eventually settling in London, she became one of the first supernumerary members of Opus Dei in the UK. The President of Poland awarded her with the Siberian Exiles’ Cross in 2021.
“On the other side of our border a war has broken out”
Michal, a supernumerary of Opus Dei living in Poland and the father of four children, recounts his family’s efforts over the past days to assist the flood of refugees arriving from Ukraine.
Characters in a Divine Story
Based on the surprising story of Irene Kalpas, Pablo Pérez, Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Navarra, explains how the story of Opus Dei can be told through each of the people who have found their way to God in this institution of the Catholic Church.