Posted on 28 November 2015 by dialogueireland
Carefree: Bridget Crosbie in her late 20s. During the Swinging Sixties she worked in hotels in London and the Channel Islands but a decade later her life took a different outlook
Religious cult took our sister from us, says family of Bridget Crosbie
She died alone and lonely and lay undiscovered in her Wexford home for two months. But 84-year-old Bridget was once full of the joys of life … before she joined a secretive religious sect.
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Posted on 23 November 2009 by dialogueireland
Tydings article with comment by Father Michael Duggan
Subject: Shipwrecked in the Spirit: Implications of Some Controversial
Catholic Movements, CSJ 16-2 1999 Continue reading
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Posted on 20 July 2009 by dialogueireland
What’s so secret about Opus Dei?
Seen as one of the most controversial organisations within the Church, Siobhán Tanner looks at Opus Dei in Ireland. Continue reading
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Posted on 10 February 2009 by dialogueireland
The Word From Rome
December 16, 2005
Vol. 5, No. 16
John L. Allen Jr.
From Where I Stand
I’ve been traveling recently related to my book Opus Dei: An Objective Look Behind the Myths and Reality of the Most Controversial Force in the Catholic church (Doubleday). I was in Lisbon for the Portuguese launch of the book a couple of weeks ago, and this week I was in New York and Washington. On Monday, I was on NBC’s “Today Show,” which posted an excerpt from the book on its site: www.msnbc.msn.com Continue reading
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