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Resource ID: #9128
Subject: Religion
Source: Newsweek Magazine (New York, NY)
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Newsweek reports on efforts within the Roman Catholic Church to canonize Msgr. Josemaria Escriva, the Spanish founder of the controversial Opus Dei (Work of God), a highly secretive international organization of conservative bishops, priests and laymen; finds the order has much power in the Vatican; critics say the man was far from being a saint, and that he had fascist sympathies, which should disqualify him, Jan. 13, March 2, May 18, 1992.

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