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  1. Chart of Opus Dei's financial network in the United States (51K)
  2. Opus Dei as Negative Counterintelligence Target
  3. Opus Dei Training Capabilities from OSS.net
  4. Threat of Religious Penetrations including Opus Dei
  5. Information on Ave Maria University, Naples, FL, USA
  6. Opus Dei founder on eve of canonization still stirs religious fervor from the Associated Press (US)
  7. Challenging Mission from The Boston Globe (US)
  8. Cease and Desist Order
  9. Lavin Celebrates Birth of Opus Dei Founder from The Santiago Times
  10. Controversial group's founder now saint from the New York Daily News
  11. Catholics' Strict Offshoot from the New York Daily News
  12. Crowds to attend canonisation of Opus Dei founder from Deutsche Presse-Agentur
  13. Sample Opus Dei Information Flyer
  14. Short Version of Opus Dei Information Flyer
  15. Sample Recruitment Intelligence Gathering Form for Opus Dei Dossiers
  16. Opus Dei's influence promotes a sainthood from The Financial Times (London, UK)
  17. Inside Story: The Vatican's Own Cult from The Guardian (London, UK)
  18. Guide to Preventing Opus Dei Infiltration
  19. Church braced against book on powerful cult working at its core from The Herald (Glasgow, UK)
  20. Guidelines for Opus Dei within the Diocese of Westminster (UK)
  21. Gallery of Opus Dei North American HQ in New York City from novelist Dan Brown
  22. Information on Opus Dei HQ from Skyscrapers.com
  23. More Information on Opus Dei HQ from May and Pinska, architects
  24. Opus Dei HQ from Cosentini Construction
  25. A sainthood cloaked in controversy from The Irish Times (Ireland)
  26. Anti-Opus Dei Legal Disclaimer
  27. Founder of Opus Dei Gets His Day from Newsday (US)
  28. A shadowy 'church within the Church' gets its saint from Newsweek (US)
  29. National Public Radio (US), Saturday, July 25, 1998
  30. National Public Radio (US), All Things Considered, Sunday, October 6, 2002
  31. National Public Radio (US), Weekend Edition, Sunday, October 6, 2002
  32. New Saint Reflects Lay Group's New Influence from The NY Times
  33. Validating Opus Dei, Pope Canonizes Its Founder from The NY Times
  34. Opus Dei Moving to Lexington and 34th from The NY Times
  35. Opus Dei: the organization from New Catholic Times (Canada)
  36. Catholic Priest's Warning on Church Sect from Scottish Daily Record (UK)
  37. Opus Dei Item Had Telling Oversights from London Free Press (UK)
  38. Pell, Opus Dei And Signs Of A New Elitism from the Sydney Morning Herald
  39. Opus Dei lifts lid without revealing secrets from The Daily Telegraph (London, UK)
  40. Sainted or Tainted? from Times Higher Education Supplement
  41. Opus Dei Founder Canonized at Vatican from Voice of America
  42. Opus Dei Founder Gains Swift Sainthood from The Washington Times/AP