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Ten years ago Eric Sammons wrote a book in praise of St. Josemaría Escrivá, the founder of Opus Dei. Has he since changed his mind? Read his new article in Crisis Magazine.

Challenging Traditionalist Criticisms of St Josemaría

What’s the first thing you think of when you hear “Opus Dei?” Is it the infamous portrayal of an albino Opus Dei monk assassin in the historically …
Chat Chartreux
...because John XXIII and Paul VI were so different?
Dante Alighieri
I like this passage: “St. Josemaría... wrote, ‘For me, in the hierarchy of love, the Pope comes right after the Most Holy Trinity and our Mother the Virgin’... and ‘You must love, venerate, pray, and mortify yourself for the Pope, and do so with greater affection each day. For he is the foundation stone of the Church’... What would St. Josemaría do if he lived in the era of Pope Francis? There’s …More
I like this passage: “St. Josemaría... wrote, ‘For me, in the hierarchy of love, the Pope comes right after the Most Holy Trinity and our Mother the Virgin’... and ‘You must love, venerate, pray, and mortify yourself for the Pope, and do so with greater affection each day. For he is the foundation stone of the Church’... What would St. Josemaría do if he lived in the era of Pope Francis? There’s no way to know for sure...”