Article by Marc Aupiais
--Saturday--21 - 03 - 2009 -- Italy --- Anti-Catholicism---
According to Reuters: "Avvenire", a paper which we verify is sponsored by the Italian Bishops' Conference: has noted: that the church cannot possibly endorse the anti-Catholic Angels and Demons movie, by "Ron Howard ": based on the book by 'Dan Brown' , a known anti-Catholic, and 'atheist'.
The Vatican banned the producers of the anti-Christian film, from filming in churches in Rome or the Vatican, after a request made by producers: to film in such. This move was praised by the Catholic league, and other players.
According to Catholic News Agency: the sequel to the previous apparently boring film: the "Da Vinci Code": is set to star "Tom Hanks" (again), who cannot again pretend to be surprised at Christians disliking him for aiding an anti-Catholic/Anti-Christian message once more.
The basic plot according to Catholic News Agency is:
According to Reuters, quoting "La Stampa ", a popular Turin daily: the Vatican is expected to call for Catholics to boycott the anti-Catholic "Angels and Demons" film release."The movie concerns a secret society’s plot to seize control of the papacy during a papal election. It is directed by Ron Howard and stars actor Tom Hanks, who reappears in his Da Vinci Code role as Harvard professor Robert Langdon. The film sets key scenes in the Vatican and in two churches in Rome, Santa Maria del Popolo and Santa Maria della Vittoria. In both churches cardinals are murdered and mutilated with mysterious symbols."( Catholic News Agency (CNA) 16 / 06 / 2008)
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