Sunday, April 30, 2006

Vatican leader calls for 'Da Vinci' boycott

ROME -- A Vatican official on Friday called for a boycott of the coming "The Da Vinci Code" film, saying it contained "slanderous" offenses against Christianity that would have provoked a worldwide revolt had they been directed against Islam or the Holocaust, an Italian news agency reported. Msgr. Angelo Amato -- Pope Benedict XVI's former No. 2 man when Benedict was head of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith -- made the comments in a speech at the Pontifical Holy Cross University, which is run by the conservative Catholic movement Opus Dei, the Ansa news agency reported. "I hope all of you boycott this film," the agency quoted Amato as saying. [More]

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Anonymous Seven Star Hand said...

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