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Opus Dei


Opus Dei & Christian Dominion

The Catholic Church is dominionist by deed. ‘Christian Dominion’ is most easily described as the ‘rule of God’s law’ trumps the ‘rule of secular law’.

How the Vatican Infringes on US Sovereignty

The Vatican acts in part, often soundlessly and most effectively, through a relatively small number of Americans who give the Church their loyalty.

Why Is Papal Authority Threatened by Population Growth Control?

The proposed solutions to population growth threaten the continued existence of the church as it has evolved over the past 2000 years.

The Vatican Primarily Responsible for Overpopulation Worldwide

In spite of the purely religious image that it endeavors to put for­ward, the Vatican is deeply involved in international politics and finance.

Pope Francis is not anti-capitalism. By his actions, he supports the plutocracy

Three cardinals have emerged as the most powerful in Francis' papacy; all have close ties to Opus Dei. Two now control Vatican finance.

A Primer on Opus Dei in Latin America

Opus Dei (Latin for “the Work of God”) is one of the most conservative orders in the Catholic church.

Time for a new Reformation, which eliminates religions with overt secular power

Since all religions are created by humans, not divines, we can expect no more or less than human foibles in the pursuit of any religion.

Opus Dei’s Empire in the United States

Since 1949, members of Opus Dei have been expanding Josemaria Escriva’s Empire in the United States. Attached is a list of Opus Dei-affiliated foundations.

The Vatican: Opus Dei, Espionage, Death and Terrorism

A surveillance center was set up in Bogotá, Colombia, with a powerful computer of strategic capacity that was connected to the Vatican.

Opus Dei: The Pope’s Right Arm in Europe

Opus Dei pursues the Vatican’s agenda through the presence of its members in secular governments and institutions and through a vast array of academic, medical,…