Los años romanos de Juan Larrea (1948-1952)
Abstract: From 21 to 25 years of age, Juan Larrea resided in Rome. Such stage of his life was characterized by the completion of his studies –obtaining two PhDs, one on Civil Law and another on Canon Law–, and by his encounter with Opus Dei’s founder, event that decisively marked his life. This article accounts the most outstanding events of that period, in accordance with the documentation preserved.
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