If the Society of Saint Pius X achieves full communion with the Apostolic See, it will be an occasion of great joy.
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The Information Handbook is a publication of the Information Office of Opus Dei and is published to help journalists and other media professionals. It contains a summary of the nature, history and organisation of the Opus Dei Prelature, an institution of the Roman Catholic Church.
The following is a statement by Béatrice de La Coste, of the Office of Information of Opus Dei in France, regarding a legal case that has been brought against two directors of the Dosnon Catering School.
“Opus Dei has not been taken to court,” clarifies Béatrice de la Coste, from Opus Dei’s information office in France. The misreporting concerns a legal case brought against two of the directors of Dosnon Catering School.
The U.S. communications office of Opus Dei has received some media inquiries about the upcoming movie "There Be Dragons," directed by Roland Joffe. Opus Dei’s founder, Saint Josemaria Escriva, is one of the main characters in the film.
This statement responds to some inquiries about the nature of the Prelature occasioned by the Apostolic Constitution "Anglicanorum coetibus."
Catholic Church communications officials from around the world will meet in Rome in April for a conference on how to spread the Church's message in an era of conflict and controversy.
We have been asked many questions about Opus Dei's attitude towards the forthcoming Sony film, 'The Da Vinci Code.' We offer an interview with US spokesperson Terri Carron.