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Saturday, February 18, 2006
Boycott the DaVinci Code Movie
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This book is filled with numerous lies and slanders on the truth of Our Lord, Jesus Christ. He was not married to Mary Magdalene! He did not have children! These lies are blasphemy, and I have boycotted the book and will also boycott the movie.

Father John Trigilio, of EWTN, has released a statement calling for Catholics to boycott the movie. Will you join in the boycott?

4 comments:

del_button February 18, 2006 at 7:06 PM
Ma Beck said...

That book was the biggest pile of crap to come off the presses in a long time, and not just because of the heresies within.
The childish writing style, simple plot 'twists', pathetic character development, etc. spoke volumes about the literary tastes of Americans. It's the 'People' magazine of fiction.
So, uh, no. I won't be seeing the crap movie, because I wasted enough time (all of half a day or so, it's not like it's a challenging read) with the book.
Count me in on the boycott!
:)

del_button February 18, 2006 at 10:32 PM
Shimmy said...

I agree. There's no way he was married to Mary Magdalene. No way they had children.

del_button February 19, 2006 at 4:09 AM
Audrey said...

Boycott? Sure, count me in!

del_button February 20, 2006 at 1:08 AM
The Hanged Man said...

Well, I got some news for ya, I figure him out-DaVinci, you should check out my blog(The DaVinci Joke)you won't believe it I really did Crack this joke. It's not a code it's a joke. I'm a Christian too and I would never view the movie.
The Hanged Man
(a game of mystery)

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