The Opus Dei Awareness Network, Inc. (ODAN) was founded in 1991 to meet the growing demand for accurate information about Opus Dei and to provide education, outreach and support to people who have been adversely affected by Opus Dei. ODAN challenges many of Opus Dei's Questionable Practices because of the way they affect an individual's personal freedom, choices and family life.
Since 1991, ODAN has been in contact with countless individuals, families, the secular and religious press, clergy, religious, cult awareness organizations, campus ministers, home-schooling parents and more. ODAN is a worldwide community of people who have had painful experiences as a result of their association with Opus Dei.
ODAN is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Donations are tax-deductible.
Pages in category "ODAN"
- ODAN opposition to the canonization of Opus Dei founder Escrivá
- Opus Dei 1982 Statutes
- Opus Dei in the News Media
- Opus Dei Recruits Minors and Deceives Church Officials
- Opus Dei Superiors Lied to Church Officials
- Opus Dei's Questionable Practices
- Opus Dei's Secret Magazines
- Opus Dei, the Da Vinci Code and ODAN
- Talking Points: Obedience in Opus Dei
- The Aristocracy of the Intelligentsia
- The Evolution of Opus Dei
- The Inner World of Opus Dei
- The Many Names of Opus Dei's Founder
- The Spirit of Opus Dei Harms People
- The Vocation Trap
- This Apple Guiltlessly Falls Far From the Tree: Recollections of a Supernumerary’s Daughter