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After graduating in New York and studying Philosophy and Theology in Rome, Prague and Vienna – where he specialized in Germanistics – he received his doctorate in Rome in 1996,[2] under the direction of his teacher Elmar Salmann, with a thesis entitled “Theopoetics. Theology of literary experience”. He was ordained a priest in 1991,[2] and assigned to the Claretian mission in Honduras, where he carried out evangelizing and social work.
His career as a novelist began in 2000, inaugurating his unmistakable style, comic and lyrical at the same time, spiritual and sensory. Jordi Gracia García found in the stories of El estreno (2000) by Pablo d’Ors a “stimulating and suggestive” form of literary equivocity, which “oscillated between the chronicle of the writer with a name and inventive fabulation.”[3] The novelist’s work is a “stimulating and suggestive” literary equivocity.

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After graduating in New York and studying Philosophy and Theology in Rome, Prague and Vienna – where he specialized in Germanistics – he received his doctorate in Rome in 1996,[2] under the direction of his teacher Elmar Salmann, with a thesis entitled “Theopoetics. Theology of literary experience”. He was ordained a priest in 1991,[2] and assigned to the Claretian mission in Honduras, where he carried out evangelizing and social work.
His career as a novelist began in 2000, inaugurating his unmistakable style, comic and lyrical at the same time, spiritual and sensory. Jordi Gracia García found in the stories of El estreno (2000) by Pablo d’Ors a “stimulating and suggestive” form of literary equivocity, which “oscillated between the chronicle of the writer with a name and inventive fabulation.”[3] The novelist’s work is a “stimulating and suggestive” literary equivocity.

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I am a doctor -wrote Dr. Africa Sendino-; I have put my hands in the mass of suffering with the noble intention of alleviating it. And if I have had the privilege of touching so much pain in other bodies, how can I not allow others to touch it in mine? Thanks to this disease I suffer from, I have understood that sharing pain does not mean simply assuming the pain of others, but also sharing one’s own. I have suffering, all right. I can either share it or keep it to myself. I have decided to give it away. And in deciding to give it away, I have understood that this is how it is relieved and that this is what it exists for – to give it away. During her convalescence, Dr. Sendino was taking notes on her experience of the disease, with a view to a book she wanted to write. Faced with the imminence of her death, she asked Pablo dOrs to help her complete this task. The author, who attended him spiritually, rescues his notes and contextualizes them in a life that he does not hesitate to describe as exemplary. A testimony about what really matters in the end. An uncompromising text, as concise as it is direct to the heart. A necessary account of a death that gives life.

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A Catholic priest and writer, Pablo d’Ors was born in Madrid in 1963 into a family of artists, including his grandfather Eugenio d’Ors, an essayist and art critic. He began studying law, which he abandoned to study philosophy and theology, being ordained a priest in 1991, and leaving for Honduras to work as a missionary. Later, he studied Germanic Philology in Vienna and Prague, and received his doctorate in theology in Rome.
D’Ors has been a professor of theology at the Madrid branch of the Pontifical University of Salamanca. Among other activities, he was also chaplain at the Ramón y Cajal Hospital in Madrid, directed the Scenic Writing Workshop at the Ateneo de Madrid and was a literary critic at the ABCD Las Artes y las Letras, founded the network of meditators Amigos del desierto and also Tabor, a project of secular monasticism. He is dedicated exclusively to meditation, on which he organizes retreats and gives conferences all over the world, and has published titles such as Sendino se muere, Las ideas puras, El estreno, Andanzas del impresor Zollinger and Biografía del silencio. His work has been translated into Italian, German, English and Portuguese, among other languages.