News Making the best of it by Jeffrey Miller February 20, 2006 written by Jeffrey Miller February 20, 2006 Robert Duncan has this real picture of a display outside of the New York offices of Opus Dei. 6 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Blogroll Update next post Running away from God doesnt work – just ask Jonah You may also like Here and there January 26, 2008 Seminarian Roundup May 22, 2005 A Catholic school and integration September 20, 2003 Japanese Manga promoting vocations in the U.K. April 26, 2007 New tape April 15, 2004 Someone tried to mail cocaine to the Vatican March 23, 2014 "The church is prior to all human initiative" June 18, 2007 It's only good-bye until heaven! August 14, 2004 The Holy Pidgeon? August 26, 2004 Thou shall humble yourself and to to the... May 7, 2004 6 comments Jean February 20, 2006 - 10:46 am Very clever of them! Maybe those fans will learn something… something true, that is! Reply Elinor February 20, 2006 - 11:08 am Cacciaguida says that there have been some serious inquiries about Opus Dei that have resulted from people’s coming in to centers asking about assassin monks and being given literature about the organization. So, what the heck? Anything is an opportunity for evangelization, I suppose, if you use it that way. Reply CPT Tom February 20, 2006 - 3:02 pm Can you imagine the disappointment of the fans? What, NO license to kill heretics? No albino makeover? What kinda BS is this? What a rip! 😎 Reply Renee February 20, 2006 - 5:49 pm Imagine all the people who are more then slightly bummed, when they try to research the Da Vinci Code and find out what they are all about. My face would be red if I bought into the conspiracy theories. The fact that Christ is gossiped about, atleast reminds us that He is still relevant in our tabloid culture. Reply Jean February 20, 2006 - 9:03 pm Renee, that’s a neat perspective. I guess I never thought of Dan Brown as a gossiper, but that’s about right. “Those Christians think Jesus is so cool, but wait’ll you hear what *I* heard…” Reply Cacciaguida February 20, 2006 - 9:44 pm Re Opus Dei, it gets even better. I’ve heard that its leaders are contacting travel agents who organize “Da Vinci Code tours” and asking them if they’d like to include tours of Opus Dei centers on the itineraries they offer their clients. Response has been excellent, since travel agents just want to make money, and these invitations increase the desirabilty of the tours. You can’t buy advertising like this. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.