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Who Is Who in Opus Dei

On a Worldwide  Scale

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_members_of_Opus_Dei as of February 5, 2010

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For other members of the clergy, please see Opus Dei: Priestly Society of the Holy Cross


Footnotes

  1. ^ O'Connor, William, Opus Dei: An Open Book
  2. ^ Messori, Vittorio (1997). Opus Dei, Leadership and Vision in Today's Catholic Church. Regnery Publishing.
  3. ^ a b c John Allen (2005). Opus Dei: An Objective Look Behind the Myths and Reality of the Most Controversial Force in the Catholic Church. Doubleday Religion. 
  4. ^ Daniel Mansueto: Labels Don't Apply: An Interview with Paola Binetti, Godspy Magazine, July 26, 2006
  5. ^ Casas Rabasa, Santiago "Conversación en Madrid con Antonio Fontán" Anuario de Historia de la Iglesia Vol. 15 (2006) p. 333-365 ISSN 1133-0104
  6. ^ Biografías y Vidas: Alberto Ullastres Calvo (span.), 2004
  7. ^ El Mundo:[1]
  8. ^ Intervencionismo estatal durante el franquismo tardío. Mikel Buesa y Luis E. Pires, s/f. Universidad Rey Juan Carlos I (pdf)
  9. ^ XV Gobiernos de Franco
  10. ^ a b c Santiago Mata: El Opus Dei, Josemaría Escrivá y Franco, October 4, 2005
  11. ^ a b Ma. Ceres P. Doyo: Opus Dei in RP: It began with 3 Harvard boys, Philippine Daily Inquirer, May 18, 2006, p A1
  12. ^ a b Vernon Silver and Michael Smith: Opus Dei, Vilified in `Da Vinci Code,' Runs Global MBA Schools, Bloomberg.com, April 26, 2006
  13. ^ CNN: An In-Depth Look At Opus Dei: A Conservative Catholic Group, May 18, 2001
  14. ^ Annemarie Bruinsma Hanlon: Justice Rory O'Hanlon, Hanlon people & Businesses, (undated)
  15. ^ Sunday Tribune 19 March 2006
  16. ^ Daniel Korski: Hail the Moderate President, Spectator Magazine, September 2, 2008
  17. ^ Sunday Tribune Romana No. 42 • January - June 2006 • Page 136
  18. ^ BBC 21 December 2001
  19. ^ Allen says he is a member in his book, Opus Dei.
  20. ^ a b Messori, Vittorio (1997). Opus Dei, Leadership and Vision in Today's Catholic Church. Regnery Publishing. ISBN 0-89526-450-1. 
  21. ^ His own web page
  22. ^ Giles Tremlett The Guardian October 5, 2002
  23. ^ La Repubblica April 2006
  24. ^ John Allen in National Catholic Report January 30, 2004
  25. ^ a b c Kieron Wood: Founder of controversial religious group to be canonised, ThePost.ie, September 29, 2002
  26. ^ John Allen, Pope taps Princeton water expert, believer in global warming for science academy January 10, 2008.
  27. ^ Romana #31 July 2000
  28. ^ John F. Coverdale: The Vocation to Opus Dei, 1994
  29. ^ Scott Hahn: Ordinary Work, Extraordinary Grace: My Spiritual Journey in Opus Dei (excerpt), 2006
  30. ^ He recounts his early years in Opus Dei in his book Años de Juventud en el Opus Dei
  31. ^ Comunidade jurídica reverencia Ives Gandra pelos 70 anos (portug.)
  32. ^ First Things, 2003 The Holocaust: What Was Not Said
  33. ^ Opus Dei webpage
  34. ^ His own webpage
  35. ^ Interview on Opus Dei web page
  36. ^ Limmat-Stiftung: FAQ 9: Why are the majority of project beneficiaries women?, accessed December 3, 2006
  37. ^ Opus Dei Information Office: Toni’s Life, accessed December 3, 2006
  38. ^ John L. Allen: A journey to Africa: confronting AIDS, relations among religions, and the challenges of poverty, National Catholic Reporter, vol 4 no 4, September 17, 2004
  39. ^ Times, May 14, 2007
  40. ^ Hoy: 'Roturar y sembrar' hace historia de las Escuelas Familiares Agrarias, accessed October 22, 2007
  41. ^ Felipe González de Canales: Roturar y sembrar, accessed October 22, 2007
  42. ^ El Mundo (Spain) (supplement): Los españoles más influyentes del año 2004, 2004
  43. ^ Le Point: Les ambitions de Jacques de Chateauvieux, June 22, 1996
  44. ^ El País:Ultimátum del Opus a Ruiz-Mateos para que rectifique sus declaraciones , 28.05.1986
  45. ^ José Miguel Cejas: Antonio Bienvenida, torero. Supernumerario del Opus Dei, (undated)
  46. ^ Allen, John, Jr. Opus Dei, The Truth about its Rituals, Secrets and Power, 2005, Penguin Books, ISBN0-141-02465-8, pp 287-290
  47. ^ Catholic hierarchy
  48. ^ Opus Dei press release December 29, 2004


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