The journalist Robert Torres conducts research on the Catholic priest Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, who was canonized in 2002 by Pope John Paul II and who founded the controversial religious organization Opus Dei. As investigates the life of the priest that aspiring holy, Robert discovers that his own father, Manolo Torres, which alienated many years ago and who is now an old man dying, was a friend of Josemaria Escriva before the outbreak of War civil in Spain. While Josemaria chose the path of faith and fought to restore peace through the establishment of Opus Dei, Manolo decided to enlist in the army and committed wrongdoing they regretted and dying. Hungarian revolutionary Ildiko love, which was rejected in favor militia chief named Oriol, Manolo jealous betrayed and lost forever because of his friendship Josemaria. Finding dark secrets from the past of her father, Robert Torres understands that the way to salvation is paved with forgiveness and love, just like Josemaría Escrivá preached.