Letters: May 15, 2006

The Ways of Opus Dei Dan Brown's best-selling The Da Vinci Code granted fans access to a thrillingly fictionalized Opus Dei, a religious society both secretive and sinister. Our story on the reality of the Roman Catholic group's rituals, social connections and spiritual convictions inspired readers' aversion, wonder and spirited defense

Thank you for your report on the controversial Catholic organization Opus Dei [April 24]. Any group that is exclusive, isolated and secretive cannot be truly Christian. Just like the press investigations into the protection given to pedophile priests, your article will help the Roman Catholic Church cleanse itself of its...

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