Divine Impulses: Thomas Bohlin, Highlights
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Divine Impulses: Thomas Bohlin, Highlights

Monsignor Thomas G. Bohlin, the U.S. vicar of the Prelature of Opus Dei, speaks about the pope and the Catholic Church organization, of being in this world but not of it, the cult conspiracies of Opus Dei, and the role of self mortification and sacrifice with On Faith's Sally Quinn. Video by Malcolm Brown/FSN, Anna Uhls/washingtonpost.com

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