Opus Dei

The silly smear of Bill Barr as an agent of a ‘Catholic cult’

By Sohrab Ahmari, New York Post, January 13, 2020 Bill Barr is plugged into, and gets his marching ­orders from, a network of reactionary Catholics, whose tentacles reach into the highest echelons of power. At the center is a sinister, secretive organization with a Latin name: Opus Dei, “the... read more

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s Deep Faith Revealed in New Book

CBN News, April 10, 2019 On Faith: Lessons From an American Believer is an inspiring collection of the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's reflections on his own faith, on the challenges that religious believers face in modern America, and on the religious freedoms protected by the... read more

Opus Dei paid $977,000 to settle sexual misconduct claim against prominent Catholic priest

By Michelle Boorstein, January 7, 2019 The global Catholic community Opus Dei in 2005 paid $977,000 to settle a sexual misconduct suit against the Rev. C. John McCloskey, a priest well-known for preparing for conversion big-name conservatives — Newt Gingrich, Larry Kudlow and Sam Brownback,... read more

Saint Oscar Romero

An article published in "Faith Magazine" about Oscar Romero's close relationship with St Josemaría and the spirituality of Opus Dei. He will be canonised this Sunday (October 14th) in Rome by Pope Francis. Opus Dei - Saint Oscar Romero - 10/08/2018 Edited and updated version of an article by... read more

Escrivarian Civics: Pax Christi in regno Christi

By Michael Warren Davis (Crisis Magazine) (October 11, 2017) “To be ‘Catholic’ means to love your country, and to let nobody surpass us in that love.” — St. Josemaría Escrivá Josemaría Escrivá was canonized by Pope John Paul II on October 6, 2002. I marked the occasion by... read more

An Opus Dei Priest With a Magnetic Touch

By Mark Oppenheimer, New York times,  June 12, 2015 Last fall, I traveled to Palo Alto, Calif., to meet the man with the unusual gift. Some priests are known for their work among the poor, others for their learning, still others for decades of service to a parish. The Rev. C. John McCloskey... read more

A banker who had been questioned over a huge corporate scandal was found murdered yesterday, having apparently been kidnapped on his way home from a meeting of the Roman Catholic organisation Opus Dei

A banker who had been questioned over a huge corporate scandal was found murdered yesterday, having apparently been kidnapped on his way home from a meeting of the Roman Catholic organisation Opus Dei. The body of Gianmario Roveraro, 70, had been chopped into pieces and hidden in a hut beneath a... read more