Alberto Athie, former Diocesan priest and activist, and Bernardo Barranco, a specialist in electoral and ecclesiastical issues, analyzed the changes with which Pope Francis reformed the structure of Opus Dei, which came into force on August 4. The main objectives of the reform are “to protect the charism” and “to promote the evangelizing action that its members carry out in the world,” according to the document.

Opus Dei tried to vindicate the Fraco cause: Athie;  Pope Francis adjusts Opus Dei to the privileges granted by John Paul II: Barranco |  Video

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