Bonnemain in the Diocese of Chur – Opus Dei is back in the headlines

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With the new Bishop of Chur, the controversial elite organization of the Catholic Church has come to the fore again. But in the diocese it remains surprisingly quiet. Have the archconservatives moderated?

The new Bishop of Chur, Joseph M. Bonnemain, is considered conservative but pragmatic.  And he belongs to Opus Dei.
© www.de24.news The  new Bishop of Chur, Joseph M. Bonnemain, is considered conservative but pragmatic. And he belongs to Opus Dei.

Photo: Gian Ehrenzeller (Keystone)

© www.de24.news The  door opens, Pastor Beat Müller looks out. Side parting, priest collar, stuck tighterader body. © www.de24.news The  reputation precedes him: This immaculately dressed man is supposed to wear the bus belt around his thigh for two hours a day, this ones Band mixed with sharp thorns. Even now? © www.de24.news The  man nothing can be seen.

Müller has invited, he is the information officer of Opus Dei, in German Work of god. A very conservative elite organization of the Catholic Church that was almost forgotten – until Joseph Maria Bonnemain was appointed Bishop of Chur this week. A man of Opus Dei.

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Bonnemain Diocese Chur Opus Dei headlines

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