Monday, May 01, 2006


On Friday, Archbishop Angelo Amato, secretary of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, asked for a boycott of "The Da Vinci Code" movie. While he did not call for a boycott by all Catholics, he

The Catholic World News is reporting:

If the kind of "slander, offenses and errors" contained in Dan Brown's best-selling book and the film based on it had been written about "the Quran or the Shoah (the Holocaust), they rightly would have provoked a worldwide uprising," the archbishop told Catholic communications directors....
Archbishop Amato said, "Christians should be more sensitive to rejecting lies and gratuitous defamation."

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