Opus Dei News
Pope Benedict XVI Resigns Due to Health
The leader of the Catholic Church has announced he will resign after February 28, 2013.
Gingrich Says It Should 'Bother' Obama That People Think He's Muslim
FOURCHON, La. — Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich is amping up his language on President Obama’s faith and his relationship with Muslims. Gingrich told ABC News Friday that that he takes the president at his word that he’s a Christian, but finds it “very bizarre”...
Bishop of Kansas City Indicted for Failure to Report Suspected Abuse
The Roman Catholic Bishop of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph and his diocese have been indicted on charges of failure to report suspected child abuse when child pornography was found on a computer of a priest of the bishop’s diocese. The charge makes Bishop...
'Angels & Demons' Latest of Many Films to Rouse Religion's Wrath
Ron Howard's New Adaptation of Dan Brown's Novel Provokes Catholic Criticism
Wrath, Lust, and Littering? The New Seven Deadly Sins
For the last 1,500 years or so, the world of sin has been fairly simple. Wrath and lust are two biggies on the list of the "seven deadly sins" proclaimed by Pope Gregory in the 6th century, and made famous by Dante in the "Divine Comedy" an Italian poem that portrayed the Christian after-life in
Church Cracks Down on New 'Da Vinci' Film
Rome Diocese Bans the Filming of Tom Hanks' 'Angels and Demons' Inside Churches
Reefer Madness -- Is Britain Being Run by Potheads?
Former President Clinton famously "didn't inhale." Illinois Sen. Barack Obama has admitted to doing it (and more). And now several of Britain's leading lawmakers are spilling the beans on their pot-smoking pasts. Perhaps the most controversial confession came from new Home Secretary Jacqui Smith,
Opus Dei Members Decry 'Da Vinci' Portrayal
Dan Brown's bestselling novel "The Da Vinci Code" has generated controversy since it was first published in 2003. First, Christians opposed the very premise of the novel, which calls into question a key facet of Christian faith. Then, authors of another book sued publisher Random House claiming Dan
Secrets of the Freemasons
Having tackled the secretive Catholic conservative group Opus Dei, Dan Brown says he's writing his next book about the Freemasons. The Freemasons say they are simply a fraternity that aims to make good men better and to support each other. Because they are essentially secret, however, groups such
Ex-Opus Dei Members Decry Blind Obedience
Opus Dei Outreach Network Tries to Change Minds About Secretive Organization