A: We're all called to holiness -- holiness in the sense that we're all called to be like our Lord. We have to fashion our life against his. That's what he was teaching; that's what everybody can learn. He used to always say in just your ordinary life we just have to stay close to our Lord and put things in his hands. That was his message -- we're all called to holiness and happiness.
Q: What is it about the charism of Opus Dei that has resonated with so many people?
A: We are called to holiness, which is happiness. When I was a kid, the only people who were really taught about being saints were priests and nuns. We didn't think we were called to sanctity. We are all called to be like our Lord. The Second Vatican Council reiterated that in their documents -- that we're all called to holiness.
Q: Out of a possible four stars, how many stars would you give it and why?
A: I look at movies from a different viewpoint -- what good does the movie do. There are movies that don't do that much good and then there are movies that really get a good message out there. I would call it a four. Technically, it was good and the acting was wonderful, but I would measure it saying: Did this movie get a nice message out to people?
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