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Sunday, February 12, 2006
Jesus on trial?

A few weeks ago I posted about a horrible court case in Italy, where a man is suing a priest, Enrico Righi (76), for teaching about Jesus. The plantiff Luigi Cascioli (72) claims Jesus is not real and it is deceitful for the Church to teach otherwise.

I was glad to read today that the case is over - the case was dismissed by the judge.

However, Cascioli, the atheist suing, plans to appeal to Italy’s highest court, and then he plans to go to The Hague.

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del_button February 12, 2006 at 6:54 PM
Mike said...

I suspect the Italian Supreme Court will dismiss this nonsense as well. No telling what the Hague will do but then why would anyone besides a bunch of elitist liberal academics care what the Hague does.


del_button February 12, 2006 at 9:14 PM
Magicfingers said...

Thank God for that judge. If we had one like him years ago, they would have thrown that lady out of the court room before she succeeded in getting prayer taken out of schools. Judges don't know what kind of power they hold in their hands.

del_button February 12, 2006 at 9:58 PM
St. Michael the Archangel said...

It is quite sad that things like this would come to a court decision. We need Ole' Padre Pio to come up and slap that atheist on the back of his hard head. Get the truth through it... LOL!

Glad to hear it got thrown out tho!!!

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