LMU touts "Da Vinci Code" showing
Isn't that cute? They are going to entertain themselves with a lying, blasphemous, anti-Catholic propaganda film that millions of people will believe is "fact-based" -- a movie that viciously attacks Jesus and the Church He founded (which includes you and me, directly).
No Catholic or Protestant, or for that matter any civilized person of good will, should accept on-screen blasphemy and anti-Catholicism. Let us hope some or many LMU Presidential Donors will have the faith, courage, intelligence and common decency to object to the event well beforehand and to demand that it be cancelled.
No one should fall for the phony "You can't criticize it if you haven't seen it" dodge. No one has to see "Birth of a Nation" to know it is racist; same thing applies to this evil movie.
We should all find the Catholic websites that debunk this rotten movie. And we should make reparation for its blasphemy, both by ourselves and in groups that we could ask our Cardinal, our bishops and our pastors to lead -- say, with Benediction and Holy Hours.
By the way, we should all spell it and pronounce it as "The Duh Vinci Code" to stress its incredible stupidity. Yours truly saw it spelled that way as the topic of an EWTN talk show with Amy Welborn as a guest; I don't know if she or someone else thought up the "Duh."