Their Kingdom Come by Robert Hutchison
Inside the Secret World of Opus Dei

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An explosive expose of one of the most powerful and secretive sects operating within the Roman Catholic Church-Opus Dei.

This book reveals that Opus Dei:

-Has become the Catholic Church's paramount financial power
-Influences its members through a combination of secret rites and insistence on absolute obedience
-Uses a strategy of discretion to cloud its real intentions
-Aims to prepare Christendom for the next crusade against Islam

About Robert Hutchison

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Robert A. Hutchinson was born in Canada and studied at McGill University in Montreal. He was a correspondent for the Sunday Telegraph and the Daily Telegraph, and his articles for the Toronto Financial Post won him four National Business Writing Awards. he is the author of several investigative nonfiction books covering a range of subjects. For the past thirty years he has lived in Switzerland.
Published January 1, 1997 by DOUBLEDAY. 448 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference, History. Non-fiction

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Fodder for the conspiracy theorists, fueled by Hutchison’s incendiary allegations and characterizations of Opus Dei as “a Mafia shrouded in white.” (16 pages b&w photos)

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Both politically and theologically conservative (many would say reactionary), Opus Dei has, according to Hutchison, flourished during the papacy of John Paul II: ""John Paul II's closest advisers were the men of Opus Dei...

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