Marc Carroggio, who oversees Opus Dei's relations with the international media, is interviewed about his perspective on "The Da Vinci Code" film.
"When spouses found their community of life on the Eucharist, their home reproduces spiritually the house in Bethlehem, the home in Nazareth." These words of Bishop Javier Echevarria are drawn from his book, "The Eucharist and Christian Life."
Women members of Opus Dei began "Kimbondo," a social action program on the outskirts of Kinshasa, Congo.
A new comic book about the founder of Opus Dei has been released simultaneously in seven languages: English, Spanish, French, Dutch, Italian, German, and Catalan.