Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Opus Dei 'must shed light on its dark image'

LONDON: Opus Dei, the conservative Roman Catholic group which gained international notoriety in The Da Vinci Code, is too secretive for its own good, says the author of a new study on the controversial organisation. The tightly knit movement has taken to talking more in public and posting on its websites rebuttals of charges now spread around the world because of the best-seller. But John Allen, a Vatican reporter who has just published a new study of Opus Dei, thinks the group still has a way to go. [More]


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