Friday, 25 November 2011

French Woman loses enslavement case against Opus Dei

Article by Marc Aupiais

The headline above, this is quite close to the headline that made it into the British newspaper: Telegraph.

"French woman loses Opus Dei enslavement case"

The enslavement case was not over Opus Dei beliefs and controversial communal existence, but over a woman actually working for the group. This was an important distinction to be made at the time of the case. Media refused to make this distinction.

The fact the case resulted in vindicating the group: has proven that media ought to take with a grain of salt: certain accusations against groups they do not approve of. Groups which hold practices and views, consistent and present throughout all human history, as old, in truth: as Christianity itself.

Older than modern western civilisation could hope to claim.

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